The ‘Share’ TV looks like any other wall mounted flat screen, but if you take a closer look, you’ll find that this television is unlike any other.
Share actually separates into two different televisions to allow for individual TV watching.
While the Share TV seems to promote couch potato tendencies, it is a great idea for families with young children (and possibly a stubborn significant other) who love fighting over the remote.
Implications - In today's fast-paced, increasingly plugged in society, consumers suffer from an ever diminishing attention span. A company can capitalize on this creating products that explicitly serve more than one service. By offering consumers the ability to multi-task in their entertainment the same way they do in their lives, the company establishes itself as one with a focus on consumer needs in the 21st Century.