PC Magazine examines non-gaming advancements of the PS3, Xbox 360, and Wii as compared to past consoles and current PCs. Though more limited (at least in terms of software) than personal computers, the article suggests this round of consoles is closer to overtaking PCs as entertainment hubs than ever before. Dean Takahashi writes: "For years now, gaming consoles have been positioned as the Trojan horses of the living room but never seemed to fully deliver on that promise. The new generation of devices from Microsoft, Nintendo, and Sony may finally start giving PC manufacturers a reason to worry, for real this time. These consoles will enter your home as a game machine and then insidiously infiltrate the rest of your life."