PCs Losing Their Relevance In Japan

PCs Losing Their Relevance In Japan
technology

AP suggests that the computer's role in Japanese homes is diminishing, replaced by gadgets like smart phones that act like pocket-size computers; advanced Internet-connected game consoles; and digital video recorders with terabytes of memory.

Piers Fawkes, PSFK
  • 5 november 2007

In an article that reminds us of the Three Region Theory For Mobile Phones, AP suggests that the computer’s role in Japanese homes is diminishing, replaced by gadgets like smart phones that act like pocket-size computers; advanced Internet-connected game consoles; and digital video recorders with terabytes of memory.

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