Everyone will always be connected to the net, eh? That is these devices fatal flaw. I have many computers that only connect to the internet when it's time for updates. I have a few that are in use in vehicles. But the folks in the know, simply know that everyone is connected.
Would you buy a computer with a hard drive or solid state drive that only worked in some places and not others? Memory that you had to be connected to the internet so that it would work? People would never buy such a device.
Yet here we are, singing the praises of devices that don't fully work all the time.
The real reason for all the cloud stuff is that when everyone is converted and using the cloud, the software Manufacturers will be able to sell us software as a service, and we'll be able to send them money every month. It's a better business model than the "update every 2 years and hope they buy it" software model in use now.
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