Smart TV is a new concept that has been introduced in the television industry. This was developed as a result of intense research by the marketing department of a leading cable television network. It integrates advanced digital signal processing with high-definition video programming to provide a real time streaming viewing experience on a personal television set. The term "smart" is used because the device can be operated via a host of wireless networks. Some examples of these wireless networks include: CDPD, Free2view, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth.

Compared to traditional televisions, Smart TVs can be connected to a wide range of audio and video devices. They also support a host of third-party software applications that can be run on the device. For example, a popular application for music lovers is Sonos. It lets you stream music from your portable music device using Airplay.

A major contributing factor to the success of the Smart TV market is the increase in media sharing. Currently the number of users who are watching TV on their PC exceeds those who are watching TV on TV sets. This is good news for companies such as Apple, who are constantly trying to make their devices more user friendly. If the TV market becomes too competitive, consumers will simply switch back to their old televisions.

Another reason why the market for Smart TVs is flourishing is that it is an affordable piece of technology. As opposed to the average flat-screen monitor, the device is quite small and can be folded for convenience. It also has a sleek, slim design that makes it very appealing to consumers who want a small-sized television but with a big-screen image.

One of the biggest attractions for buyers is the price. It is priced at a very low level so that only the most ardent gadget lovers will be interested in purchasing one. Its price also enables companies to charge the lowest possible prices since they don't have to cover the overheads of a production and marketing team. As mentioned before, it runs on a host of wireless networks, which means that a single device can stream multiple channels at the same time without any drop in quality. It is also expected to become available on a lot of wireless devices such as mobile phones and laptops.

Another good thing about the Smart TV is that it comes with a Freeview box so you can enjoy the channel broadcasted by your local stations without having to pay for them. You will also be able to record your favourite programs to watch at a later time. This feature is particularly useful for people who may wish to catch up with their favourite shows before switching on to something else. Many UK viewers have also expressed interest in the device because it can also play video clips.

The device is also coming up with some interesting software applications. For example, Tesco has developed a website called My TV Live that lets customers control their televisions through the Internet. Other applications include Amazon's interactive television app and Vodafone's on-demand movie service. These services could further enhance the Smart TV market in the future.

However, as of the moment, the market for the device is still relatively limited in terms of content and pricing. It is expected, however, that this will all change in the near future. With more TV channels and programs being streamed live on the Internet, viewers are bound to appreciate the convenience brought about by the device. In fact, they are expected to keep using the Internet to catch up with their favorite shows.