Has anyone played IF on a TV?

If so, can you post a picture of how it looks? I’m thinking on buying an HDMI cable from Samsung to connect it to my TV.

I can do it using Apple TV but I dont see the point in it as you have to look at your device for the controls anyway

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Fair answer. I’ll save my money.

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I believe no one would want to see us fly for half an hour.

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Maybe if your whole tablet screen had the map and the buttons and then you can use it to select things like autopilot but you fly using your to and a joystick

We would need a console/PC port for that. It would be nice though.

Doesn’t mean you cant plug your computer into your tv.

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I wasn’t aware you could mirror things with chromecast

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I’ve never heared about Chromecast before.

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It works very well with any HDMI capable TV. You need a WiFi connection.

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I have one and I never knew that, I tend to use the Apple TV as it has much more functions then chromecast for Apple products

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Yep I know hence why i don’t use it, I was good for streaming a few apps but most catch up to apps didn’t support it where as you could mirror it with the I also preferred a system where you didn’t rely on a mobile device for it to work as it proved troublesome for me and I regularly has to reset it, however the new Apple TV costs around £130 and it’s £110 more then the chromecast so it’s obviously going to be way better

Apple products are WAY OVERPRICED. A Macbook cost much more than flights. WHAAT? Macbooks aren’t even good.

I know right? And they’re not even sold with touch screens :-/

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Yeah. I think chromecasts are WAY better than apple TV’s even though I don’t have one, it is still way overpriced.

What would you buy:
a hundred donuts for a 100$
or
the same donut for 100$?
I would buy a 100 for a 100$ but the one donut that costs 100$ and is completly the same would taste better. @Chatta290 you are using the same principal.