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Paperspace gives you access to a better personal computer in the cloudRather than buy a new PC today that may become obsolete or underpowered for your needs in a few years, Paperspace is an inexpensive zero-client device that gives you access to a powerful computer. Paperspace lives in the cloud instead of physically on your desk, and all you need to access this new cloud-based computer is a web browser and internet access.
Paperspace Lets Anyone Access A Better Personal Computer That Lives In The CloudImagine never having to buy new and expensive hardware to upgrade your personal computer with more speed and storage space. That's the vision behind Y Combinator-backed Paperspace, a new company launching today, which is building a full, personal computer that lives in the cloud, which you access from any web browser.
Paperspace Is A Cheap Computer You Can Access From Any BrowserComputers are already tiny. Sometimes we even call them phones! But there's a new product making the rounds on Product Hunt and Hacker News today called Paperspace that has an interesting spin on personal computing. Basically it's a fully equipped PC that you can access from anywhere, as long as you have Internet access.