A tablet can't match a keyboard, mouse, and monitor for entering information. This is because the keyboard is an efficient means of entry, and has tactile feedback, and you can be looking at what you are doing without your hands occluding part of your view.
I suppose we could do away with the tracers on the mainboard completely. Minaturize the chip so that it can be embedded in the greatest of the required technologies: RAM, CPU, GRAPHICS, SSD. All of these devices would have the range of a few feet - the standard size of a full size atx case. Increase power draw for longer ranges for the display, keyboard and mouse/joystick/gesture pen. Include AES 256bit encryption and aconvient reset button for rematching components. Include a "volunteer" acknowledgement packet wherein if no other device is in range it automatically mates with the closest of components.
Now all I have to figure out is how to include multiprocessor situations, and a negotiation technique for automatic server farms with cloning and failover.
Dang.. I'm sure I'm forgetting something!
This will be a reboot of Futurama
Really? I wanna see that! Lets get Dot to play Leela. Phong will play the professor (Imagine the professor with a chinese accent and speaking in riddles). Bob will have to be Fry I suppose, with like a -100 intelligence. Matrix can play Bender, AndrAIa should be Amy Wong. I think it would be fun to make Megabyte play Zapp Brannigan, and of course Hexidecimal is MoM. SCSI can be Nibbler. And just for kicks we'll have Turbo play Kiff. Lets make lil' Enzo play Kiff's & Amy's offspring...
Of course, this is plenty open to changes...
Can I have my native 64 Bit build now please?
Some programming languages manage to absorb change, but withstand progress. -- Epigrams in Programming, ACM SIGPLAN Sept. 1982