I can't, gnnnMEH you insensitive NEEEEEUR clod!
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Behold the FIBIAC! It's loud!
I mean, just imagine the day when printer manufacturers have to stop advertising their printers as colour. After all, colour isn't visible when you are looking at a printout in a darkened room.
banging your head on your keyboard until the world makes sense again.
It will need to read the answer from the screen and interact verbally with Alex Trebec just like the human players will.
I know this will sound amazing, but you didn't have to have a device to read a book!
> No reasonable person would believe 58,000 pictures were taken but no one looked.
Many consumer devices are coming with blu-ray ICs for media handling, like the range from sigma. They're cheap, they handle just about everything you throw at them, and there's little CPU involvement.
While we're on the subject of TLAs, does it enforce DRM?