Best internet HDTV?

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I have about $1,500 to spend on a 55" HDTV. Looking at a few Sony's and a few Panasonics, but not really sure which wifi enabled one to get? Which one offers the best interface for accessing internet content?
 

MrPogi

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What they can do varies by model... I have a low-end LG Blu-ray, for example, that has just a few channels and no way to add channels. Higher priced LG players allow you to add several more channels.

My advice to those looking to buy an internet-enabled TV is always this: Buy whatever TV you like best, in your price range, with or without WiFi. Then spend $50-$100 to buy a Roku box. Roku has more content available than any "Smart" TV on the market.
 

n2rj

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#3
I would recommend Samsung. In addition to smart TV they also have RVU for DirecTV without a box. The price isn't that bad and the smart TVs have other features over the regular "dumb TV" models.

Samsung actually has a lot of apps and can play a lot of content. It supports the major streaming providers - Netflix, Amazon, Hulu and others.
 

FWAmie

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I have about $1,500 to spend on a 55" HDTV. Looking at a few Sony's and a few Panasonics, but not really sure which wifi enabled one to get? Which one offers the best interface for accessing internet content?

Well I have the 55" HDTV Hisense TV. It is actually very good with the wifi enabled accessing internet. As far as the sony's and panasonics, I would have to say go with panasonic.

Also keep in mind that sony is talking about selling there company. At least that is what I have heard on the news. Now wither that is true or not, I don't know.

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