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Study: More than 27% of TVs sold in January can surf the Web

February 26, 2010 2:02 AM  | 1 comments  | 0 TrackBack

According to a study from market research firm, iSuppli 27.5% of people who purchased a new TV in January indicated that they could use their new set to connect to the Internet.

Interesting fact nearly 42% of them, said their connectivity comes via an Internet-enabled TV, while 20.3% connect through a video game console and 13.2% use a Blu-ray player.

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 Connected TV are connecting the wired home network, giving consumers to use their new and improved traditional TVs, rather than using a computer to watch web-based content.


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Wow, that's a crazy thought. How long before everything we need is packaged in just one unit? I mean something apart from a computer, of course (which can also be your all in one media center, I suppose).

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