Convergence has been a key term in the industry for some time – Apps on TV is little more than a smartphone connected to a TV screen for fun and profit.

In China, tablets now attack the TV sets themselves. PandoDaily now reports the following about a new Tablet from Tencent:

With a 26-inch screen, it is really a new kind of TV.
The device is geared for media consumption rather than creation, and comes with a high-speed video player, a music library, photo album, and “high-definition video communications”. It’s available for sale in China now at the frankly pretty incredible price of RMB1,999 ($314)

What do you think?

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