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Technology Evolution

If you remember consumer electronics like the Atari 2600, Sinclair Spectrum, Commodore Amiga, or the more serious Amstrad Word Processors or early IBM®/MS-DOS devices, you will also remember that you had to plug a lot of hard-wired stuff into them to get the most out of them.

Printers, consoles, joysticks, mice, game cartridges, and screens to a great extent with various connectors!When compared to the clean and straightforward world of today, which is enabled by Bluetooth and wireless LAN, why should a long-term technology and data strategy make use of external peripherals?

When everything seems to be moving to the cloud or losing its wires, what good is it to have a device that requires you to plug it in?