Display Search Study: Connected TV Nears 20% Of TV Sales

Nearly 20 percent of all TVs shipped in 2010 featured connected TV capabilities, according to new research released Monday by DisplaySearch. The DisplaySearch Q1 2011 Quarterly TV Design and Features Report, predicts the connected TV category to grow to over 123 million shipments in 2014 (at a 30 percent compound annual growth rate). Emerging markets will play a major role in this growth, the firm said, with Eastern Europe forecast to grow from 2.5 million connected TVs shipped in 2010 to over 10 million in 2014. In addition, DisplaySearch findings indicate that 33 percent of flat panel TVs sold in China in 2013 will have internet capability.

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