I bought it for the television experience. Compared to using outdated and clunky systems like remote controls and personalized digital recording, The OneBox viewing experience is very similar to an ongoing backrub.
Was the OneBox was always intended to be a television gadget? I feel like the camera was added for convenience so that you no longer need to fill out pesky surveys. Games must have been added later, I think. So far (and its looking like it'll stay this way) the TV experiences far outweigh and outperform whatever game experiences there are to be had.
What are your thoughts?
You belong on the blizz D3 forums, it was built for people like you. Like how some barns are built specifically to contain filthy animals.
Haven't used it for my TV just yet. But I do have my PC hooked in. It's actually pretty nice to switch on the fly. Waiting on queue in Battlefield 4 is like waiting outside the night club without bribe money for the bouncer to let you in. So it's nice to check out what's on sale for Steam and then go back. I would imagine using my actual cable TV would be cool, but truth is, I only watch Walking Dead and Arrow at this point :p And I go to my living room to eat dinner and watch TV with my family. Anything else is just Amazon Prime for me