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Monday, November 21, 2011

Meet EXOPC, Your Future Desk

Article first published as Meet EXOPC, Your Future Desk on Technorati.

Thinking about getting a new p.c.?  Thinking about the future in technology?  Thinking about developing an App? Think you have the latest technology figured out?  Think again?

And you thought the EXOPC slate, the ipad and the all in one p.c.'s were drippin'....check out the new p.c. desk of the future.....the EXOPC desk on this video from EXOPC.

Released Quarter 2 of 2011, the EXOPC Slate harnesses the power of the world's fastest operating system with amazing touch capabilities and apps for real time business decisions as well as for everyday life.  It makes for easy execution on common tasks with pre-made templates.  This operating system is available for those using Windows 7, with plans for expansion. You can own an EXOPC Slate for the holidays by visiting Microsoft Stores or their online store.

As for the EXOPC has a virtual keyboard, apps on your tabletop surface, an RSS feed stream and makes paperless really look like paperless. Talk about steeped in sweetness.  You'll have to wait til 2012...keeping in mind that this 2011 year is only 40 days away from closing down.

Lately, developers have made figuring out the latest technology quit simple.  My Facebook developer handle is Click Chick.  Point and click and drag and drop has made our lives so simple.  Don't get me wrong...I'm a basics kind of girl, but most are when it comes to technology.  It needs to be simple, quick, and of course easy to master tutorials.  Our lives are complicated, but technology makes our lives frictionless.  It may feel like it moves faster....but new technology makes it more frictionless (at least when everything is running full tilt)  We all can live in real time now.  You don't want to miss out like that guy who missed the text on the flash mob or the office party or worse, a job opening.

The trend in tech talk today is that everyone needs to possess the skill of coding as the direction of how we conduct business continues to change.  Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook COO and Mark Zuckerberg CEO of Facebook, touted this on the PBS special with Charlie Rose earlier this month.  They say there is not enough talent to go around when it comes to engineers and how quickly our businesses are evolving.

You might not plan on working in Silicon Valley or even want to be a computer science engineer, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't posses the skill of coding.  The jobs of the future will look highly on a director of a corporation that knows how to develop an app to get down to the nitty gritty of analytics and figure out a good solution from it.  As for now, I'm going to wait on that new p.c., hone my coding skills and chillax a little more.

The new EXOPC Desk will be available in 2012, starting at $1200.  It's on my wish list.  Also on my wish working for a company that has the EXOPC Desk. Ciao for now!


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