When Some Aspects Of A Device Reach Their Peak Of What We Can Notice.
Televisions can still go a lot further, they could do it now so that is not really the issue it would be what the market could bare, there is no way they could release something beyond 1080p anytime soon because it would mean buying new sets again.
However, portable devices, when do you think they will reach a peak for some aspects of it? There will be a limit to how thin it can get, the resolution of the screen could most likely go far beyond what we can even notice so is there any point once we get close?
Audio is a bit different as people already listen to subpar encoding because it tends to sound fine on what we play it on. So not too much is done aside from HD movies and such in regards to audio.
Space is something that will continue to grow as we will have more data to store.
Point and shoot digital cameras, have not notice too much going on with those, get to a point where there may not be much room to move or maybe their is little point, of course it is about far more then Mega pixels. Lens quality and such.
For example, The newest iPad, do you think people will be able to tell if they make the screen even better down the line? Now battery tech, CPU, Ram, etc.. can always increase, most parts can increase, of course even speed increases can get to the point where we can hardly notice, however new programs, games, tasking etc... keep coming up so we need more speed.
asked Mar 17 '12 at 21:20