The Verge article Posted May 05, 2019 09:58:08The world of linear TVs has grown exponentially in the past decade, but the majority of people have been sticking to sets that feature a single screen.
It turns out that for some users, this isn’t the case.
A survey from consumer research firm Nielsen found that while some people still prefer to have one big screen, others prefer smaller ones.
A lot of these consumers would rather see their linear TVs as a way to stream content, or stream video, or both.
The big difference is that there’s a big difference between linear and streaming.
The biggest difference between streaming and linear?
It’s the resolution.
While many linear sets will stream content at 1080p and 1080p, many will stream video at 30p and 60p, or even the entire thing at 60p.
That’s the difference between a “true” streaming TV and a “slacker TV,” and it’s something that many companies, including Netflix, are trying to address.
“What’s more important is that a lot of people who were saying ‘I don’t care about my TV’ now want to be able to do so much more,” said Sami Vahid, CEO of Blu-ray Player, an online streaming service.
“People are really starting to say ‘Okay, this is more than a TV.
This is my entertainment center.'”
That entertainment center includes more than just video and audio content, though.
It includes music, movies, and TV shows.
In the survey, people who have tried a streaming TV said they’re much more likely to watch those things over the Internet.
For example, 42% of people said they watched video and 24% watched music over the Web, while 28% watched TV and 19% watched movies and TV.
Streaming also gives users more control over how their data is used.
In other words, it gives them more control.
In addition to being able to stream a lot more content over the web, streaming also allows you to get access to much more.
“I think a lot people are more interested in using their TV for a lot less stuff,” Vahad said.
“They are more in love with being able just to browse the web.”
It also makes streaming a more viable option for people who don’t want to use their TV.
“The thing that makes streaming better is the way that you can get a lot better performance,” said Jodi Zellner, an analyst at Wedbush Securities.
“For example, you can do a lot faster, and that means you get more performance out of your TV and that’s very good for a streaming-only device.
And people are using streaming devices now in a lot bigger numbers than they ever have before.”
The bigger picture for people is that streaming services are getting better at taking advantage of the different screen sizes that people have.
But streaming services also aren’t getting better every year, even though they’re getting better.
“With the advent of the HDMI 1.4 standard, we’ve seen a lot improvements in terms of how they do things,” Zellners said.
That includes a better screen resolution, which is also more flexible, and better color support.
“We’re seeing a lot [improvements] in terms the number of color channels that you get to choose from,” said Mike Osterman, VP of research at DisplayMate.
“That also means the picture is going to be more vibrant and there’s more detail.
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