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Old 01-11-2013, 12:00 PM   #52
fjtorres
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4K TVs with upscaling are coming from everybody. Sony, Sharp, LG, Samsung, Westinghouse, Vizio...
The more interesting ones use do full-HD Passive 3D and/or let two viewers see two different things on the same full screen. If Apple is going to get into that game they'd better hurry.

Streaming boxes? Apple TV is strictly for the faithful.
You can do better (as in more formats and way more content sources) living room streaming with BD players, TVs, audio receivers, Roku boxes, Xbox, PX3, Wii, and pretty much every gadget with an "ON" switch.

When it comes to the war for the living room, Apple isn't just fashionably late; they've skipped two full generations, maybe three. By now a lot of the market has already committed to one platform or another. And that is the reason why an Apple HDTV set has remained a rumor.

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