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#1 MrBruce1959

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Posted 12 January 2013 - 09:23 PM

High Definition Televisions are now a common household appliance.

Most HDTV sets are capable of acquiring Internet access and allow the use of wireless keyboards. They can even be used to search the web.

One could also say that HDTVs are computers, only in a different shape and form.

I feel that Bleeping Computer should have a place of its own in the forum board where discussions about HDTV and related hardware can be conducted.

OTA (Over The Air) Digital television reception is another such topic that warrants a place of its own in the BC forum board, where discussions about free over the air television programming and antenna suggestions can be offered.

There are very few forum boards out there that cover such topics and I believe the addition of those categories will offer a useful place on BC for our HDTV television enthusiasts.

It is my hope Grinler sees this post and considers adding such categories to the forum board main menu.

I am curious how other members of Bleeping Computer feel about this as well.

Thank you for reading this and any input or suggestions are most welcomed by anyone.

Bruce.

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