1. Yes, they're there, but very hard to find as over 99% of them no longer exist due to people buying vendor systems like Dell and HP from Walmart and the like.
2. Most consoles require you tie up the television now, while a good game is on your monitor. Also some of us don't like the way they do some of the console game controllers, we prefer joysticks or mice. Not all that many come available for both due to vendor lock in set ups.
3. Mobile apps are dinky things for phones not for me to use at my computer, but they install on your system or play over the Internet. I gathered what he was talking about was the games you played off the CD, so you could play them on any computer instead of having to buy another copy to take on holidays or pay a fortune in Internet access fees - we pay by the MB in most of the world.
4. Yeah, dell has a few towers that can sit on the desk on their side, but their few real desktops are thin style and won't take full size expansion cards. But his complaint isn't that good as you can buy decent desktop cases from a few suppliers, but only on-line.
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