Tuesday, September 27, 2016

U.S. Connected Entertainment Device Adoption Grew 11% In 2015

“Consumers continue to accumulate streaming options for homes, including smart TVs, which are on track to surpass connected gaming consoles as the primary streaming tool in the home,” said Barbara Kraus, Director of Research, Parks Associates. “People aren’t buying TVs solely for the smart functionality but within the standard replacement cycle, and those new TVs are likely to be smart. New owners of smart TVs will try out the smart functionality in the new TV and continue to use it if it meets expectations.”

From the article "U.S. Connected Entertainment Device Adoption Grew 11% In 2015" by www.digitaltvnews.net

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