Hot Gadget: Speed Up Your Home With 4 THz
The computer has the 100TB memory drive that became standard about 5 years ago, basically because the lack of interest in more storage for home computers due to cloud hosting. It's nice that they have included 1,000 movies in the package but as you can guess they are not the latest releases.
It has 512 GB RAM memory, the size of the box is 10.3" x 7.9" x 1.2" (WxDxH) and it is of course compatible with all the wireless screens that you have at home. The introduction price is set to US$ 399.
Argument: According to Moore's Law the number of transistors that could be placed on a computer chip would double every 18 months which has been the case since the 1970s. Gordon Moore has though revised his law since then which could give us a microprocessor of 4 THz by 2025.
Questions: Will there be need for more than 100 TB storage memory for the home market? How far will it go with cloud hosting? What else can drive the development of home computers than moving images, as in movies and games?