First thought: seems kinda cool on the surface I guess.
Second thought: get ready for TV to get even dumber as people start to pay even less attention to the show they are "watching" while doing other stuff.
"Everyone always wants new things. Everybody likes new inventions, new technology. People will never be replaced by machines. In the end, life and business are about human connections. And computers are about trying to murder you in a lake. And to me, the choice is easy." - Michael Scott (The Office)
I need a 72" model with picture in picture so I can surf the web and watch Family Guy on one screen
Lol, I was looking for HD tv's with Wireless N and lo and behold got kicked here for the article. I find it quite funny that people don't realize the wireless N connection with HD TV's.
The main reason for the development of wireless N spec, was for it's universal connection reach and transmit feed for this type of application. However, it is also supposed to be a universal house connection for more than just HD TV's. They made it with an outlook thats it connects everything in a house. This would include security systems, and camera systems, PC'S, environmental control (AC/heat), lights etc and interaction between them.
Think of this your refrigerator has a wireless N connection to your remote desktop. You can inquire your (or it can send you an updated grocery list) By reading all the magnetic barcodes within itself upon the grocery items inside. Then send you an update your low on milk, eggs, etc. Your ac/water heater has a malfunction and it can contact your chosen HVAC distributor that installed it and sold you that extended warranty to come and fix it by itself.
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