Eventually all Internet-based video formats will easily play on an HDTV screen. Until then, YouTube will continue to increase the size of their player to begin to replicate a TV watching experience. It has now graduated to 16:9 960 pixel width, about the same size standard adopted by video competitor Hulu.
The killer app seems to be the connection between the HDTV and the PC. Now, I attach the HDTV and the PC using a VGA cable. Why don’t TV manufacturers develop a Bluetooth application that replaces the VGA cable. A quick search engine check of Bluetooth-based HDTV reveals only a 2007 released Samsung model that doesn’t seem to have this functionality.
Anything else out there that makes internet video watching as easy as turning on the TV?