We all may be soon playing the latest Call of Duty or Assassin's Creed on our laptop.
Mark Long, CEO of Hawken publisher Meteor Entertainment, believes tablets are poised to take over the industry and replace traditional game console.
"Tablets will get powerful enough that you’ll be able play games like Hawken natively; all you’ll need is a wireless controller and a HDMI cable or wireless HDMI,” he said.
"I think you’re going to see the evolution of what I call ‘Super Tablets’ faster than what people are predicting."
Tablet technology has improved drastically since the launch of the iPad in 2010. Games like the Australian-made Real Racing 3 have similar graphics prowess than games on Xbox 360 or PlayStation 3.
However, storage capacity and download quotas still present issues for game makers and consumers looking for a cheaper, more efficient way to play games.
“Everything is on the cloud anyway so it doesn’t matter how much memory you have. It’s really just about the processor, which manufacturers continually improve at a six-to-nine month cycle," he said.
Do you think that home consoles will translate to tablets in the near future?