We Apple TV might eventually get.this week for holding off on buying the new and improved (and shrunken) . We highlighted a few , notably those , that might be better Internet TV choices, but also pointed out that the other devices sport features that
That said, some consumers aren't going to be ditching their cable or satellite TV anytime soon, and for them the question is irrelevant.
For the others, the set-top market is going to be fractured and confusing, much like the burgeoning tablet market. And, well, that's why CNET is around.
But we like to get feedback from you, the readers. So we ask: Do you have set-top plans? If so, what are they?