2014 Technology Reports
Mr. Welch’s (5th/6th)
Post Pc Party
by The Pink Panther
This report is about Post pc. It is such an amazing piece of history. Ya, you probably think this is weird if I say it is an amazing part of history. But once you read my report you will understand. You will learn about the ups and downs of Post Pc. And you’ll learn about the future like what Post Pc will be like. Once you read this report you will be amazed by my power, my super power. Yep, I’m super.
Now you will learn about the first tablet. According to Wikipedia, the first tablet was called the Atari ST-Pad. It never made it into the selling stage. So, nobody really knows about it. And so I guess it was the first tablet. But knowing that nobody knew about it, you start to wonder. I mean what if they made a different model before and they were trying to improve it. Kind of like Ipads I mean they have 1,2, and 3’s. So maybe people should start thinking about that.
Do you know what the first tablet looked like? Wikipedia says, The first tablet was just a little screen and keyboard. So that tablet actually went into the selling stage. That tablet was a really big hit. We do not know if it has a name or not. We might know in the future but not right now. I think that’s so weird how the first tablet was for writing and penmanship for school. Now they are used to for games, music, and internet. They have changed so much over the years.
What year the first touch tablet came out? On Wikipedia, the first touch screen tablet came out in 2000. So that was just 14 years ago. But fourteen years isn’t that long. Yet if you look at that tablet and look at Ipads they are just more advanced. More and more tablet are coming out and ranking that first touch screen tablet down. I don’t even know if anybody still has that first touch screen tablet. But when they sold that first touch screen tablet it was a huge hit.
Is PostPc a bad thing
Are Ipads and tablets bad for kids? According to http://www.theguardian.com, Ipads and tablets are taking over the social lives of children. They are also taking years off the life of children, because it is rotting the minds of children a second of a time. Don’t you think that is scary you looking at your device and realize it is rotting your brain by the second. Post Pc is very harmful to their development. Now of the past few years parents have found their children on devices more than one hour a day. Most children are on their devices the whole day unless they are at school, at classes, or at a sport. Post Pc is the worst thing that is bringing the mind of children down. But, we will fight back.
Can Post Pc be good? http://www.leapfrog.com says they can. So many types of tablets have been made for children. They help with all of school subjects. Such as math, reading, writing, music, art, and many other subjects. It has been a working miracle. So many schools now have so many Ipads and tablets. I think it is so cool that we can have these devices. It is amazing.
Post Pc can be so addicting. So many games grab peoples attention. Wikipedia thinks this is true. I think this is turning into a real big problem. Don’t you think so? There is also internet games. Such as facebook, pintrest, instagram, snapchat. But, there is one game that has ruled the world, Flappybird. And we don’t want another app like that to happen. It is so addicting. r so it
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