While living room screens are getting larger, smaller screens are increasingly being used to watch television and video, often in addition, rather than as a replacement. Many now have high-definition displays or better. The assumption that an ultra-high-definition display needs to fill a wall may be flawed. An 11-inch ultra-high-definition screen would have the same pixel density as the new larger iPhone. Imagine a screen the size of an A4 page with a resolution comparable to print. In many ways the experience of viewing a smaller screen from a smaller distance may be more personal, more immersive, than a much larger screen the other side of the room. What’s your view?