4 Technology that Will Survive Until 2030

WASHINGTON - Advances in technology have ushered in a variety of devices smaller, faster and tougher in the palm of the hand. There are also abandoned or replaced by other technologies, such as a floppy disk.
In addition to the ditiggalkan technology, there are also some technologies that are predicted to persist for decades to come. As reported Live Science on Saturday (08.18.2012), the following four technologies that are expected to last until 2030.

1. QWERTY Keyboard

Input has the technology to do more and more, there is voice recognition, handwriting recognition and gesture control. It will be more accurate and diperkiraka popular in the next two decades. However, later found a way to input text using mind control, a method of typing will remain a method of preparing the most accurate text.
The presence of the keyboard in tablet and mobile phones are increasingly threatened, but the QWERTY layout since the first use will continue to live.

2. PC

Some people think we are entering a post-PC era. Because now people often spend more time using smartphones and tablet rather than using a traditional desktop computer running Windows or Mac.
But on the other hand, when it was time to work on the job really seriously, especially those involving multitasking, PC is still the most reliable devices.

By 2030, the size and shape might change your PC. Some people even argue that with the brains of four processors, mobile phones and tablet transformed into a PC. Still, any factors, which focus on user productivity will require a main computer with high processing capabilities and capable of multitasking.

3. USB Ports

Now it has more than 15 years since USB was first introduced and we would be hard to imagine living without USB. It has almost become a standard to allow you to menransfer data and connect with a variety of things such as a keyboard or an external hard drive. Some people argue that such standards Thunderbolt from Intel will compete with USB, but they have no basis to match the USB installation. This standard is expected to further grow in the future.

4. Cash

There is some debate as to whether the credit and debit cards will be fully replaced by a mobile payment system in the next few years. However, the cash will likely remain even brought in 2030.

Because in this information age, paying with cash is the best way to make purchases you make remains private and anonymous. In addition, the bill has the best defense against identity theft because the person receiving the payments do not need to know your name.

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