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The world is made out of spreadsheets. #excelfie

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SURPRISE!! To you fucktards who didn't expect this. 

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#LockerRoomTalk 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

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This would be fantastic! I've said for many years that my dream device is one that can dock and be used as a full computer.

When I saw the first Asus Padfone I thought that was going to be it. But as powerful Android is as a mobile platform it doesn't solve anything for real desktop use. Definitely not for me.

Ubuntu was working on Convergence, but then it was abandoned. But Microsoft is still working on Continuum, and that's what I'm most interested in. As much as I love Android, and have zero intentions of leaving it (because I couldn't survive with anything else), I'd legit consider switching to a Windows Phone that had this functionality.

As someone who needs Adobe products to do my job Android and Ubuntu won't cut it since things like Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Premier Pro, After Effects, etc aren't available for Linux-based systems.

My ultimate dream is to have a phone where I could use a mobile version of Photoshop (and other Adobe applications) to do some simple photo retouching, color correction, or even just view a PSD, AI, or INDD file while on mobile, but then dock it to a station connected to a large monitor (or multiple), keyboard, and mouse and continue working in a full desktop environment. Additional docking accessories could then be sold to dock the phone into a tablet form factor for when you need a larger screen and portability, and then connect a keyboard for using it like a laptop. I like how the Padfone did this. So the phone, tablet dock, and keyboard all had their own batteries and the phone would utilize them all.

I love the idea of this workflow because you wouldn't have to rely so much on syncing between multiple devices, although you'd still want to have everything backed up. Imagine if something happened to that ONE device you have EVERYTHING on. But you could get to work, dock your phone and get started. When you leave you undock with a full battery, then head out. If you need to work on something at home, dock your phone and you're using the exact same device. If this concept became the new standard then most companies would just need to have docking stations for each desk. Of course many would still need to provide the device itself, but I see many people at my work who have a desktop in their office, a company laptop that they use at home, and then their company phone. Imagine if that was just one device.

It would be great at home, too, to have multiple docking stations. Living room, bedroom, office.... Then just dock and work wherever without sharing a computer.

There's definitely a lot that needs to be done for a phone to be able to handle all of that, though. To have enough processing power and graphics capabilities and stay cool enough.

One day....

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These are great 🤣 
Love these pranks. They make life more interesting.
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