Remember this: http://www.imcircle.com/devices.htm
It’s a small wearable server that would power your phone, tablet, TV, watch, and perhaps even your glasses. This would cut down on all the unnecessary duplication of hardware and software from your smart devices, essentially syncing everything by connecting to the same computer through every different form factor.
The question is: How long before this becomes a standard form factor? Or do you think this’ll never catch on? Or do you think there will never be an independent server, but rather your smartphone will be the core, kinda like the Asus PadFone? Will we have multiple computers we connect to for different tasks, or will we just have one computer that we connect to in different ways?
Further, feel free to share your experiences or opinions on dockable devices such as a Motorola device with a Lap Dock, or Ubuntu on Android, or even connecting your phone to a TV. Then speculate how that will shape our future of computing. Will desktop computers cease to exist except for in a few situations (what situations)? Will conventional computers only be used by power users such as video editors, or engineers? Will mobile devices be the core of the average person’s computing experience? Are game consoles doomed? What will the future look like in 5, 10, or 20 years?