Hell, GE switched to using AC induction motors in their diesel-electric locomotives back in the 1990s. Get with the program, Honda!
I'd like to know what spectrum they plan on using
I would imagine that they're thinking about using some old television broadcast spectrum. It's able to travel long distances and penetrate walls.
The FCC’s upcoming broadcast-TV spectrum auction
No, because unlike electric cars those LCD monitors didn't require new support infrastructure. To be the same your computer would have needed an entirely new video port (LCDs can work off of good ol' VGA like a CRT)
LCD's did introduce a new video port standard. It was called DVI.
But to complete your analogy, there are these vehicles called "plug-in hybrids". Think of these as LCD monitors with old-fashioned VGA inputs. It's a transition vehicle that can use both old & new infrastructure. But in the end, VGA died in favor of digital-only inputs for LCD monitors.
and your house/office would have had to be re-wired with a new high-amperage circuit in order to support the monitor.
Most homes already have electricity running to them. Most have 240v service even. It doesn't take much to add an EVSE to allow charging at home. Adding another circuit to your breaker panel doesn't require taking out a home improvement loan.
Why bother, when this problem could be resolved by the free market. I mean, who'd want to buy a power supply that constantly drains power even when it's off?
Because people don't buy power supplies. They buy a phone. Or an answering matchine. Or a router. Or a Roku. Or a printer. They don't care about the wall wart that powers the thing.
Some peoples business is not worth taking, case and point.
Case in point
Actually, you don't need to enforce it consistently. You get as much compliance, but at a lower cost, if you haphazardly enforce it. If the driver doesn't know when it will be enforced, they will comply. It only takes the possibility of being caught that triggers the behavior.
Given various technologies like radar detectors and the Waze app, many drivers believe that they do have information about when it is being enforce.
Stinginess with privileges is kindness in disguise. -- Guide to VAX/VMS Security, Sep. 1984