Smart TVs are all the rage. If you’re buying a TV today its more than likely that you will opt for a Smart TV. There’s a lot to consider when thinking about which one to buy. This article will discuss the screen size of Smart TVs, and whether this is the most important thing to consider.
Reminder: The Smart TV
Put simply, a Smart TV, much like a Smart Phone, is a television that has acces to the internet and internet based applications. With a Smart TV you can access an online web browser, and download applications that let you watch TV and films by streaming directly from the internet. Smart TVs also have USB drives so that you can play films and TV programs directly from a memory stick. Further, you can browse photos and other documents through a memory stick on your Smart TV, and you can even play some online games.
Giant Screen Smart TVs
The screen size of a Smart TV can vary greatly. The smallest Smart TVs have screen sizes of around 18 inches, whereas the largest home cinema systems have screen sizes of up to 90 inches. But what is a reasonable size, and how big is too big? For most usesrs, the first size to consider is the 32 inch. This is for your main television in your home, as smaller TVs are popular for bedrooms, kitchens and other rooms in the house. A 36 inch TV is generally considered to be a large main TV, and anything upwards of 40 inch is considered to be quite an impressive luxury. However, there are many users who want to recreate the experience of cinema from the comfort of their own home. For these people, you’ll want to look at TVs with a screen upwards of 50 inches, which really does make you feel like you’re getting a true cinematic experience.
Other things that are vital with Smart TVs
The size is important but no the be all and end all when it comes to choosing a Smart TV. You might also want to consider the brand, as some brands are more reputable and reliable than others. You should consider whether the TV has 3D capability, as this may be a key thing in the future of home cinema and some TVs are not equipped for it. You should check what applications are available on your chosen TV as some come with more channels and apps than others. You might also want to look into the picture quality, which can sometimes be better on smaller TVs than larger ones. Another thing really worth thinking about is your room size. A large TV is better suited to viewing from distance, so you want to make sure you choose a size that matches your living room. There’s a lot to think about when choosing a Smart TV and the screen size is certainly vital, but don’t neglect these other important considerations.