Seriously? You think so?
One of my places is connected to the rest of the world only by wifi link. That link spans a distance of 25 km.
Yeah, 25 THOUSAND meters. 16 miles.
Ethernet is limited to 25 meters before you need a repeater.
So yeah, I'm running a wifi link at a distance THREE ORDERS OF MAGNITUDE longer than ethernet.
Yep. Sure is.What if people want to connect their HDTV to their mobile/smartphone? That's two screens too!
Also all those dual-display phones.
If the poster is just ignorant and not a troll, then they clearly don't understand that two non-simultaneous users still need their own individual accounts.Single device used by two people happens all the time. Support for even up to four is common in console hardware. Here we have a rare type of person who never experienced(apple TM) multiplayer consoles. Serious it is handy. And schools/organizations with a lot of users who only need a little calculation power could get a lot of benefit out of it.
And they also don't understand how mobile single-user operating systems like Android segregate applications from each other.
In order to call something "obsolete", it really is necessary to find something to replace it that does the job better.Nope, things go slower obsolete. I still use CD/DVD's for stuff. And just throwing it all away right now is way too soon. Blu-Ray has a long time to go anyway.
Of course, removing support for optical media would necessarily also remove support for magnetic and flash media as well, since it all interfaces in the same way. Good luck getting your tablet to boot up without SOME kind of media being supported.