Originally Posted by gladiatorua
Currently, a significant chunk of mobile devices support HDMI. Plug it in your TV, hook up one or two wireless controllers and you can do simple "console" gaming.
Skip couple of generations, add wireless hdmi into the mix and now with couple of phones or tablets and one big screen you can implement far more interesting ideas.
Using a device that is contrained by the requirement for mobility in a non-mobile role will always be less than ideal.
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