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You mean other than the relative scarcity of aTVs and the lag?Without dedicated game controllers I agree. It would suck.An official SDK for a kinect like system and traditional controllers would be required for success along with solid apple hardware.Multiplayer on a common screen. Whether a dance game or a party game or a board game a large shared screen is better.A lag free large screen shooter is more immersive than a handheld experience.Your dumb assed assertion is...
  When you quote me in a response who is it directed at?  Folk not in this thread who won't be reading this?   LOL.   If you're a wedding videographer or something similar then blu-ray is useful as an internal drive on a mac pro.  IMHO the low and and mid-grade pro's benefit more from the expansion capability than the high end pros that have access to large disk arrays and CPU/GPU farms.   Same for folks using mac pros for science computing but I haven't seen many folks...
  That would be an amazing comeback if I didn't write just that in the next line.  No, not even then.   I can see the appeal of having fewer cables and external drives after connecting an external raid to my mini.  I'll probably just take the speed hit and move to a NAS when I move to an 802.11ac network.  However you typically want your burner near your computer and not tucked away somewhere.     Buy a freaking clue and be done with being a jerk when someone else has an...
  You wrote:   "Most families aren't going to buy a Playstation 4 AND an iPad."   I'm just teasing...but honestly with or without a controller if I HAD to choose between the two this Christmas it'll be an iPad Mini Retina and not a PS4.
  Future forward for pro's who's business requirements differ from that of consumers.     That said a 3rd party BR burner isn't that hard to buy and install but there are folks who just like to buy it from the factory.     /shrug     I don't care either way.  I use standalone Blu-Ray players and enjoy the better image quality than from iTunes.  Every time I buy an iTunes movie I end up regretting it because I could eventually get the same movie for cheaper on Blu-Ray with...
    Reports over the past year:   http://blog.cdrom2go.com/2012/08/blu-ray-discs-still-growing/   http://www.myce.com/news/blu-ray-sales-increase-toward-holiday-season-65143/   http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/04/30/us-deg-idUSBRE83S0B120120430
  It's not new but Apple is selling them.   http://store.apple.com/us/product/FC560LL/A/refurbished-mac-pro-28ghz-quad-core-intel-xeon     Refurbished Mac Pro 2.8GHz Quad-Core Intel Xeon $1,819.00 Originally released August 2010 One 2.8GHz Quad-Core Intel Xeon "Nehalem" processor 3GB (3 x 1GB) of 1066MHz DDR3 ECC memory 1TB Serial ATA 7200 rpm 18x SuperDrive (DVD±R DL/DVD±RW/CD-RW) ATI Radeon HD 5770 with 1GB GDDR5 memory            
  So you're predicting dismal PS4 sales?  That's hardly going out on a limb...
Too bad it got nope'd.  This would have been welcome.
  Well, yah...that's kinda as designed to benefit only the Apple ecosystem.  Apple's not really into providing cross platform solutions except as stopgaps for their own strategic needs *cough*Safari for windows*cough*.   Given that iCloud syncing for Core Data may be flakey and only document synching is stable I'd go with Dropbox integration first anyway...
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