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5 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Buy a Smart TV in 2016

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Smart TVs are essentially regular TVs that have built-in capabilities for connecting to the Internet, which is why they’re also known as Internet-ready TVs. While this feature can be useful, the real question is whether or not these TVs are worth the price for what they bring. And if we’re being honest, the answer is a clear No. Not to say that smart TVs are absolutely horrible, because they certainly have a number of benefits that can make life easier for the average user. However, it’s undeniable that smart TVs are now obsolete, and at this time, the choice to…

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