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6 innovations that will affect your PC and how you use it within the next 10 years

6 innovations that will affect your PC and how you use it within the next 10 years

As we all know, technology moves very quickly. How will our personal computers change over the next few years… and how will that affect us?

 

1. The Internet of Things

Printers now offer the ability to order new cartridges right from the printer's Internet connection and home DVR systems that are connected to the Internet allow the owner to use a web browser anywhere to program the DVR to record television shows. Who knows what other innovations IoT will allow us to do in the next 10 years!

 

2. The anti-slouch screen

If you slump down when you’re typing your screen will suggest that you sit up straighter. The device’s built-in camera will follow the position of your pupils to determine how you are sitting and tell you how to adjust your body to achieve ergonomic correctness. The monitor will also inform you when it is time to take a break.

 

3. Brain-Computer Interfaces

Brain scanners will be able to translate your thoughts into text. No more will you need to type on a keyboard; thinking will be enough.

 

4. Size won’t matter

In the future, personal computers will be even faster… and probably smaller as well. Perhaps, even at a smaller size, they will offer features such as neural network pattern recognition features or natural language capabilities

 

5. Wearable computers

Your future p.c. might even be wearable (this is defined as a handless system with a data processor supported by a user's body rather than an external surface). It will allow you to keep your hands free at all times. They may even be built into the fabric of clothing.

 

6. Quantum Computers

Quantum computers are expected to be a different tool we will use to solve complex problems that are beyond the capabilities of a classical computer.

 

Authored by the Finerton.com News Team (Malta)
Images Sourced from Unsplash.com & Pixabay.com

Last modified on: August 27, 2019

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