CEA study shows rising demand for Internet-ready TVs

04/30/2009 | Dealerscope · CEPro.com · TWICE

A new study from the Consumer Electronics Association shows that 14.5% of respondents are considering the purchase of a Web-enabled TV set. "... Internet-enabled devices are taking the consumer-technology experience to the next level, and nowhere is this more pronounced than with television," said Shawn DuBravac, CEA's economist and director of research. "Consumers want more from their TV experience, and marrying traditional television with Internet access is providing the next frontier of the television experience."

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