As the price of flat panel computer monitors falls, you may soon find yourself using computers in the kitchen.
Generally, these thin-film transistor liquid-crystal displays have been limited to laptops or found on the desks of big corporations.
So far, most people have not been able to afford flat panels for their home computers, as they can be up to eight times as expensive as traditional monitors.
But this is changing. As prices drop, flat panels are appearing in the home and in several new products.
News source: BBC Sci-Tech News - The future of computing is flat