It's pretty dumb to buy a smart TV. What is going to happen when all the software on it is obsolete but the screen still works? People are going to be throwing out perfectly good TVs just to replace the software! Terrible for the environment.
IF anything, I would think the convergence of HDMI woudl make a computer monitor will become obsolete, because you can get a far bigger TV for a lesser price. Do they even sell monitors any more? My old VGA ones are still working so it's been awhile since I have had to shop for one.
Hello.. don't multiple people watch TV together any more? It is a pain when my wife and I watch 'content' and have to use a laptop. Occasionally the family gets together for a move. TVs are still required. In fact, I have computers on all my TVs because sometimes it's nice to browse while sitting back on the couch.
No point coming up with a new idea if a majority of people are so obviously dead-seat against trying it. I've seen enough people being called communist and accused of stealing from the rich to know that the average American is afraid of any kind of change.
Really? Because every time I say something that would go against capitalists, I get dismissed as a communist. I immediately want to rob people of their hard earned wealth, as if there is no other way redistribution can happen over time.
Some schools have co-operative work programs. I actually was lucky to get paid for mine. But only the top students were taken into the program, many got rejected. And really that was only a year of experience broken up into terms.
So basically, educated jobs are becoming like professional sports / entertainers / artist jobs. It's a dream that you can spend your entire life pursuing, but you're going to put in a whole lot of work and energy into it and not get much back unless you are one of the absolute best. So you had probably better enjoy it for the sake of doing it.
So let me get this straight... The article writer his/her self says that they had a very hard time finding one, and the only full-sized one is called 'Rapoo'. So you're suggesting I should buy something called 'Rapoo' and that I should feel comforted that my tablet keyboard needs will be met with it. Interesting.
Really I lost interest in this conversation long ago because there are a great many other things that would stop me from using a tablet quite frankly. Starting by the fact that I often switch between many windows and need to sometimes see three or four windows at once.