- CrackBerry Abuser
05-08-2012, 12:05 PM #26
- 149 Posts
Also in regards to the "post PC era" and dockable tablet to devices. this isn't the way I want to go.
I would rather see everything completely wireless. Sit down at the TV with your playbook, your playbook becomes the full remote for the TV.
Sit down at your desk, likewise
Or in the car, Sit down and have everything automatically wireless connected and sharing. Instead of having to 'dock" things. everything automatically connects all the time acting as one giant Personal Area Network
Last edited by Sprawl; 05-08-2012 at 12:09 PM.
- CrackBerry Abuser
05-16-2012, 05:13 PM #28
- 482 Posts
This is what I said from the beginning as my view on where RIM will take the future of the "Laptop"...With QNX, RIM will provide a united experience on all fronts and allow the user seamless connectivity among phone,tablet,tv,car,and laptop...docking is good for right now but 5 years in technology is a long time and docking will not be a viable solution...it offers an experience that users do not relate to or appreciate...most people, common people will not want to plug in their devices to monitors and all that and have chords or whatever lying around...apple has this vision with iCloud but RIM and QNX OS can take it further and implement it much better than apple is...
Wireless connectivity among all RIM devices is what they need to do just like someone mentioned earlier...the TAT video shows this connectivity and it is genius and simple!
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- CrackBerry Newbie
03-11-2013, 07:46 AM #29
- 1 Posts
QNX 2 OS
hello, i have been seeking to find a copy of the QNX 2 OS.
i have a machine that relies on it to work and since RIM purchased QNX, they no longer support the older OS.
if by any chance you could share a floppy image of the QNX 2 OS, i would greatly appreciate it.
the machine that is needing it is a KASTO GKS-400-PM miter SAW, used for cutting tube steel.