Wireless docking is incremental because we have docking and we have wireless. OLED displays are still just displays. HTML5 is nice because it pulls together features that are currently delivered with other standards and products, but it's integrative, not innovative.
Pervasive cheap broadband - ok, that's enabling. I'll give you that one.
3D printing - ok, I totally agree with you on that one. Imagine doing your kid's homework project, say a diorama, with that. Awesome. Make your own Lego bricks, parts for broken toys, or anything made from plastic.
But your obvious miss is: voice interface. It's getting close, but even the leaders like Dragon are not quite where they need to be. As soon as the voice recognition is better (and I think we're just waiting for better hardware), then voice command interfaces can become ubiquitous. Movie theatre kiosks, Google, ATMs, vehicles (just seeing the start of this), personal electronics, home electronics ("TV Command - record Big Bang Theory next Thursday on ABC"). This is transformative, like 3D printing.
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