Review: Super Bowl online is decent, but won’t replace TV
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I agree there’s no replacing the experience on a thousand-inch flat screen, with a bowl of chips and other artery-cloggers within reach.
But I can think of a few scenarios where it could be useful. If you’re en route to a Super Bowl party, you can have the game on in the car or bus (not if you’re driving, please). You can follow along on your device as you walk to the door for your pizza delivery.
Or if you’re with friends who couldn’t care less about the game, you can have it on and still be with them — physically, at least.
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