As someone who has extensively built and repaired all manner of cellular(GSM, UMTS, PCN/DCS) base station antennas for a living, let me tell you straight off that this thing is not revolutionary. Perhaps they've figured out a way of doing what is already possible (small antennas everywhere) at a lower cost in terms of manufacturing and energy-consumption. But, if I understand it correctly, the antennas consume far more energy than the electronics used to process the signal. I was also led to believe that grouping dipoles into large, concentrated arrays is a more efficient way of getting a strong signal over a wide area. But don't listen to me; I'm not an RF engineer. I'm just a soldering genius who happened to work with RF engineers for a few years.
but you still have to have the disk in the drive while you play. The OP wants to use the disk once and then, presumably, keep it in a locked glass cabinet for the rest of time. If any console manufacturer allowed users to do this, piracy would kill any incentive for developers to make games on that platform.
Then it might be wise to learn how to use it, you dozy prannock.
Asynchronous inputs are at the root of our race problems. -- D. Winker and F. Prosser