why aren't there any triangle shaped tablets?
provided you hold it with the flat upwards, you can actually reach most of the screen with just your thumbs, as opposed to an actual tablet, which requires one hand to hold and one to use.
Alright, for a phone that actually makes somewhat sense. (actually not sarcastic here)
if you had a very mellow triangular-oval shape, I could certainly seeing that in a phone.
>has it already been done?
>tfw the office turned to shit
>tfw you don't "get" british office
if by get you mean understand then I agree. Their accents are so difficult to decipher. And it's really not anywhere as funny.. not to mention the brit dwight looks like a recovering meth addict
Difficulty of sourcing components (tend to be rectangular)
Increased hurdles in UI programming. X/Y works much more nicely with rectangles.
Increased risk of damage to user due to sharper points. Nobody wants to deal with those lawsuits.
Equilateral? Isosceles? Scalene? You think aspect ratio holy wars are bad _now_?
Triangular screens make the chance of accidentally summoning Great Old Ones much more likely.
Potential patent troll issues with triangularity.
Preliminary surveys show low interest in LCC (low corner count) devices in the mainstream market.
Illuminati lobbying nearly gives them a legal monopoly to triangle electronics in east Asia.
Fears of Apple suing over "TriPad" trademark.
When Michael left it definitely went down a point but it was still a solid 8/10 for the last couple seasons. I tried watching the UK version and it was almost painful to watch, they had the worst accents I've ever heard and it didn't have the charm of the US version.
>trying to fit video into a triangle shape
>trying to fit words into a triangle shape
>developing apps for a triangle shape
>literally trying to display anything that isn't made up of several small units, like the small apps on a homescreen
Why don't people think Wikipedia is trustworthy?
Wikipedia is great. You literally need to cite at least one source for every sentence you write. They audit for objective content accuracy and neutrality.
How could it be any more reputable? I trust it more than a textbook.
who said they weren't?
It has been proven over and over again that they are everything but objective
every government and news agency edits topics or deletes them
Wikipedia is like a reddit version of Wikileaks where the governments are the redditors
Wikipedia is accurate about almost all topics you can find on there
but it is _not_ free as in the literal meaning of freedom and thus it is utter crap on some topics