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7 Things to Consider Before Buying a Budget Smart TV

Television is one of the most common sources of home entertainments in our country.
Even though the mobile connectivity had improved by leaps and bounds, there is a large swathe of people still relying on watching television programs as their favourite free time entertainment.
In the late '80s and early '90s, televisions were exorbitantly priced and only a select few households had one.
Owning a television was considered as a luxury back then. But then as the time went by, the technology became cheaper and televisions gained massive popularity among people no matter what their economic status was.
At present, 66% of Indian homes own a television set according to the government data. This is a huge number considering the population of our country and the market still has a great potential to grow in the future.
CRT televisions started it all, but slowly graduated to flat screen CRT and then to LCD and LED, and the trend nowadays is the digital convergence of a television set and sma…