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They don want that. No one is sitting at a desk unless they working or gaming. The tablet keyboard is enough and way more convenient for most users. There is a ton of talent and time being wasted on a feature no one really wants. MS, the only big company trying for this feature (and failing hard), can waste all the time they want, but the worlds needs a competitive open, general purpose mobile device and the projects keep dying because they can figure out a good way to implement a feature no one needs (because there is no good way to implement a feature no one needs).

Indeed, back when I had a Nexus 5 laying around collecting dust, I gave it a whirl. It was interesting but certainly not ready for prime time. The phone side of the OS was about as bare as could be, and buggy too. But it is simply not practical for daily use (yet). I think it could end up being a nice FOSS alternative to Microsoft Continuum project, especially if the developer can get it working on a newer device. It ten times as fast. For example, if I could work with my phone in a window on my desktop, that would be amazing. And where I don have a more powerful machine, I would just connect my phone directly to the monitor. How hard would it be for a smartphone to double as a ChromeBox?

What is the real benefit? If I use it on the go, I need an external screen and keyboard. I rather carry a laptop or just the keyboard und use the tiny screen (possible with stock android already). And if you are somewhere with a screen, there is probably also a machine at which you could boot some live distro. files are "in sync" between desktop and mobile. But the few file types I open on my phone can just as well be synced over the internet (mostly just txt and a pdf every now and than). less expensive (but a desktop that beats a phone is probably also cheap to get)If there was a really cheap laptop dock for it it might make sense for me, otherwise I don get it. If you think of another notorious modern two party system neither of the UK dominant parties today existed before the 19th century. Given how fast opinions spread these days it should be possible to bring about significant change in a matter of years rather than decades. Think about how quickly movements like the Pirate Party became successful in some countries. That they declined just as quickly again in most of these countries can be mostly attributed to their own stupidity rather than systems that are inherently averse to change.

They don want that. No one is sitting at a desk unless they working or gaming. The tablet keyboard is enough and way more convenient for most users. There is a ton of talent and time being wasted on a feature no one really wants. MS, the only big company trying for this feature (and failing hard), can waste all the time they want, but the worlds needs a competitive open, general purpose mobile device and the projects keep dying because they can figure out a good way to implement a feature no one needs (because there is no good way to implement a feature no one needs).

What is the real benefit? If I use it on the go, I need an external screen and keyboard. I rather carry a laptop or just the keyboard und use the tiny screen (possible with stock android already). And if you are somewhere with a screen, there is probably also a machine at which you could boot some live distro. files are "in sync" between desktop and mobile. But the few file types I open on my phone can just as well be synced over the internet (mostly just txt and a pdf every now and than). less expensive (but a desktop that beats a phone is probably also cheap to get)If there was a really cheap laptop dock for it it might make sense for me, otherwise I don get it. If you think of another notorious modern two party system neither of the UK dominant parties today existed before the 19th century. Given how fast opinions spread these days it should be possible to bring about significant change in a matter of years rather than decades. Think about how quickly movements like the Pirate Party became successful in some countries. That they declined just as quickly again in most of these countries can be mostly attributed to their own stupidity rather than systems that are inherently averse to change.

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