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What will pc technology be like in 10 years time?

I remember when i got my first pc and paid over thousand pounds for a 200mhz processor and was deciding to pay the extra to have a 1.5gig or a 2gig hard drive lol.

Whats it gonna be like in 10 years time.

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7 Responses to “What will pc technology be like in 10 years time?”

  1. Laser Beams said :

    we laugh at that now, but i think it will be very different as its changin all the time.
    everything will be better than it is today so wait for the new things to come!

  2. Tarek said :

    I think there will be no more PCs !!!

    maybe some new technology that can be planted in our heads !!!!!!

  3. Heaven said :

    Computers are likely to be smaller for carrying and have larger screens for home. Although there will be more space on a hard drive, for less money, it won’t be as necessary for casual users due to the increasing popularity of remote drives and virtual desktops. Check out to see what I mean.

  4. Reese said :

    it has not changed that much you probably will have
    1. more memory.
    2.more hard drive space
    3. solid state hard drives
    4. flatter flat screens
    5.smaller laptops

    we want have the cool stuff
    1. flying cars
    2. flying hover boards.

  5. Max T said :

    A lot different, I reckon.

    My first PC (I had a Speccy, a C64 and an A500 beforehand) was an Osborne 386 SX20 with 4 Mb of RAM, a 256 Kb graphics card and an 80 Mb hard-drive the size of a shoe-box. It ran DOS 6.22 and Windows for Workgroups 3.11.

    The first games I ever played on it were Wolfenstein 3D, and the original DOOM.

    That was about 15 years ago, times have sure changed, and they’ll change even faster in the future.

  6. RichB said :

    Well, just look at what was considered state of the art in 1999, compared to now:

    Pentium III 500MHz or Athlon 500MHz processor
    256MB RAM
    20GB hard drive
    Riva TNT 2 or Voodoo 3 3000 AGP graphics card
    Windows 98SE

    I actually think the drive will be towards smaller and more energy efficient technology, rather than the “GHz race” of the late 90s or the “2 cores, 4 cores” drive of today.

    Are we going to have processors with 16 cores all running at 15GHz – I don’t think so, to be honest. But the CPUs will use a lot less energy while still being more powerful than what we have today.

    We’ll have bigger hard drives, but we’ll see more emphasis on SSD technology over the next few years. RAM technology will continue to improve, and I think that a typical PC of 10 years time will have 32GB or 64GB of RAM.

    We’ll have bigger and better monitors, probably using LED technology.

    Most domestic PCs will be in small form factor cases – the familiar ATX case will either be a thing of the past or reserved for high end workstations.

  7. Leana Loma said :

    2. Good post over again. I am looking forward for more updates.


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