In addition to being sold separately, smart TVs can also be added to standard televisions to offer more sophisticated features. Smart TVs come with additional hardware, different connection options, a TV operating system with a GUI, and can passively receive cable, satellite, or over-the-air (OTA) transmissions. Viewers can access and manage capabilities for streaming material from Internet video providers and linked devices thanks to these adaptations.
Typically, in addition to coaxial cable, HDMI, and other audio-video connectors Smart TV also enable Ethernet, WiFi, USB, Bluetooth, and flash memory cards from digital cameras. The connectors provide on-demand video services and access to photos, music, and videos stored on linked storage devices in addition to the OS and apps. Connecting to websites like YouTube, Netflix, Hulu, and Vimeo as well as social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter is possible with smart TV apps.
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