So, does one really need to buy cable? One gets a good sized television, either a Play Station 3 or Xbox 360, and a internet connection and one is good. One can run everything off of there 360 or PS3 if they have internet, take the following factors into hands:
- One can look at Netflix movies thought either of there systems above and even the Wii. One has all movies about a year or so older at a click of a controller for what, about $8.00 a month compared to $50 to $120 for cable?
- Hulu has Advertisements, get over it. Suck it up and go watch the newer episodes of one's favorite television shows one can't find on netflix. Hulu is trying to survive the down economy with the battle of On-Demand on cable and Netflix, will offer their services on 360 and PS3 if they don't already(not to sure about if they do or not).
- Of course there are other ways to get the latest television shows that i will not mention, but if one does do it at your own risk. If one does, simply make sure there are correct formats, stick it on your flash drive and plug it in and there it is.
- This will be another entry, but one can make the argument that buying a computer is not really neccesary, if one isn't looking to play games online.
On the other side of the spectrum, one doesn't really need to buy a PS3 or Xbox360, you can buy a computer and a good sized computer monitor and just bluetooth the screen and bam, one is able to watch tv on the big screen without cable or PS3, Xbox360
Anyone want to argue this point further, feel free to send me a personal message.