[newsimage]http://static.rankone.nl/images_posts/[/newsimage]Tablet technology has come a long way in a short time. A new report exploring how consumers actually use their tablets found that the device is slowly but surely becoming a one-stop shop for movie and TV viewers. Read the full article here: [http://www.myce.com/news/analyst-tablets-are-now-the-primary-video-device-50902/](http://www.myce.com/news/analyst-tablets-are-now-the-primary-video-device-50902/) Please note that the reactions from the complete site will be synched below.
I never thought I would but when I traveled overseas last winter I loaded up the Rome series on my iPad to watch on the plane etc… and I’ve watched an occasional episode of Family Guy on it at home (all using CineXplayer). I realized that the iPad screen from 18"-24" viewing distance looks similar in size to my 42" plasma from 6 -8 feet.
No its not a primary video device for me I’d rather watch on a big screen TV and home theater system. And there’s no way I’ll be paying any content providers for content. My cable bill is high enough and I won’t even think about scrapping cable until the NHL streams live games for reasonable price and the bandwidth isn’t an issue.
But one thing I keep harping on re. my iPad, it needs freaking stereo speakers !! The lack of this is very evident when watching video in landscape mode, the audio isn’t stereo and I don’t want to wear headphones. Sighhhh…
Tablets, televisions and phones are headed towards a singularity–a point at which it (whatever morph ‘it’ becomes) will be worn on the finger and all of a hairless, twisted humanity will creep about muttering “precious”, and occasionally, “my”.