Internet TV and home media servers are the “Wave of the future” to use an old cliche. In about 20 years or possibly less, there will likely not be Cable TV stations as we know them today. Most of their content will be on the internet, possibly free with advertising or at a small monthly fee, and it will be more geared toward Video on Demand rather than schedule based. You’ll buy and download movies (hopefully at a reasonably low cost) rather than buying them on DVD or Blue Ray. Either that or stream them from the source. You’ll also be listening to Internet radio in your car and XM will go the way of the 8-track.The future is already here, just not in that many homes beyond the desktop or laptop yet. This is a review of what the current “future” as on a Samsung internet ready TV.
We got thisTV from EastCoastTVs.com for about $2300 at the time,. Camera and Wireless LAN device not included.