Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Ignorance Means Most Consumers Not interested in Buying A Smart TV

A new report shows that consumers in the US are showing little interest in buying a new Smart TV in the next year, but that number increases significantly when they know what one does.

Other reports say thet the proliferation of Smart TV sets is unstoppable. A Parks Associates report says that by 2017 there will be 70 million connected TV sets in the US. Also with products like Google’s Chromecast and the new Android TV operating system, you can be sure that people will soon be unable to avoid hearing all about smart TV’s.

From the article, "Ignorance Means Most Consumers Not interested in Buying A Smart TV" by Steve Sanger.

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