Sunday, February 22, 2009

Philips Net TV

Philips Net TV

Philips has recently introduced its Net TV service that will target its line of high-end TVs (specifically those that fall under the Philips 8000 and 9000 range), letting you surf selected sites from the comfort of your living room (or wherever else you decide to place your TV, of course). Not everything from the Internet can be accessed though, as you will be restricted to a pre-determined band of sites such as YouTube, TomTom, eBay, Funspot and MyAlbum among others. These sites have been specially modified to suit the Philips Net TV service so that your eyes will benefit from large and legible text. While you are able to gain access to other sites, these have yet to be optimized so your eyes might not be so forgiving after a while. Depending on selected Philips TV models used, an Ethernet or Wi-Fi connection is in order in order to take advantage of Philips Net TV.

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