Poll: Has the PC replaced your TV at home?
In the age where computers and internet is very prevalent, the TV still holds the most coveted position in almost all homes anywhere — as the center-piece in the living room.
It’s the position that the PC (plus Internet) is trying to claim. But let’s all face it — the television is still the king of the home.
Unlike PCs, the TV just works — no boot-up time, no blue screen of death, no freezing apps, no network configurations needed, no buffering, no file format compatibility issues, no viruses/malwares/spywares to worry about.
For some people however, they still try to find ways to make the PC the center of entertainment at home. With the clever use of media players, gigabytes of storage, volumes of torrent files, and a plethora of games to choose from, it is possible to fill up the usual TV time with PC time. It’s really up to the individual.
I’m curious — has the PC replaced your TV at home? I’ve had my cable disconnected since December and never missed it (never had time to watch TV anyway).