Smart TVs are great, in theory, until you try to understand the myriad of controls you are presented with. Look at your remote control. Chances are good that you never use more than 50% of the buttons on it. Heck, I don’t even know what half of the buttons are supposed to do. Smart TVs are too complex for anything but the basic tasks, and I’d argue – some are too complex even for that.
It’s 2013 – and yet modern TVs are still stuck in the 1970’s. What’s stopping TV manufacturers from putting some real weight behind this problem?
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