OK, Cadillac if you're my Dad. Lexus if you're my (former) boss, and Nissan Leaf if you have Roy Orbison glasses.
I listen to a few podcasts, so I sometimes get the source jumbled, but my recent listening experience finds me hearing a lot of talk about hooking up the PC to the big screen.
I believe it was the recent conference call which mentioned The Witcher 2 as a PC game which doesn't need a keyboard overlay, and perhaps even controls quite well with a game pad.
I'm just curious about whether or not you see your PC gaming experience moving to the couch. Maybe you have a keyboard solution there. How do you accomplish that. It seems to me that the ideal solution would be to have computers located centrally and each workstation or access point is just controls.
I know, as a home office worker, I spend 8-14 hours a day, often 6 days a week, and lately I find myself on the couch playing PS3, just to be somewhere different when I do happen to get some gaming time.
Let loose. Where to you see it going? Where are YOU now?