In the "Should Andrew become a Baron" thread I mentioned that Apple TV that it would have been stupid of me to buy. Well, I bought it. Why? Ignoring the fact that, yes, I am a moron (more on this later) I read how awesome it is if you have an iOS device (like my iPhone) and yadda-yadda-yadda. It was on sale, I'm making lots of extra money from football OT, why not?Why not indeed. I didn't look at the fine print. The only output for Apple TV is HDMI. That's great if you have new TVs that have HDMI inputs. I, unfortunately, have old TVs (not ancient, bought within the last ten years!) with no HDMI inputs. So I have an order coming to me that doesn't work with any of the TVs I own. Well, great, so in order to use this thing I have to buy a new friggin' TV!I figure I can replace the TV in the bedroom (no cable attached) with this, so it can be a smaller screen. Apple TV has 1080P output, might as well use it, so a 1080P screen. LCD isn't as good as LED, might as well go with LED. Should it be 22" or 24"? Pfft, I don't even know what size I have now, but 22" sounds tiny... and we're over $250 for some brand I never heard of that could be a knock-off of a knock-off. Crap. I hate buying no-name stuff for purchases like this. If it's something cheap that I don't care if it lasts I'll go cheap. But for electronics that I hope to use for as long as I can I prefer quality (that's why I have an iPhone of course!) So now I'll be spending way more than I wanted to just to use something I shouldn't have bought in the first place if I had been thinking! "It's the wave of the future!!!" Friggin' tidal wave swamping me is what it is. Grrr!
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