The argument for dedicated collaboration hardware

By June 19, 2020Newsletters

One of the mistakes I think the tech industry has made is in trying to make a PC into a communications device for video and audio. We’ve always had dedicated communications devices – phones. And they’ve remained separate from other tools for a reason: you often have to communicate and create at the same time, and if you use the same device to do both, it tends to reduce the effectiveness of both.

In short, we’re asking a PC to do too many things using the same display and hardware. This isn’t a multi-tasking problem; the CPU and GPU have more performance than needed for tasks. But our renewed focus on reliable communications has exceeded our focus on creative work. The ongoing pandemic has made things worse; everyone needs to be connected from wherever they’re working, but they also need to be able to productively work.

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Robert Crossland

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