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Will smart TVS be replaced every few years like mobile phones?

tvgeek

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It depends on how you use it and what experience you want. For most users who just want to meet basic needs, a high-quality TV can be used for five years, and a good maintenance can be used for seven years. For those with plenty of money, it's not unusual for tech lovers to try new things every two or three years.

By the way, the current smart TV screen is mostly LCD screen, its service life is about 60,000 hours, assuming that we watch more than 10 hours of TV every day, in theory it can last 15 years. However, since the screen is no longer the sole criterion for measuring the service life of a smart TV, the "hardware life" of the computing part should also be the primary reference, in addition to the "software life".

In terms of expansion, smart TV should be equipped with smart system. As anyone who USES a mobile phone knows, many software applications in the android system need to be downloaded and updated. Not to mention in the use of the process in case of hardware problems, crash, jam, do not change. In the future, with the development of technology, new functions of smart TV will be launched, such as Internet of everything, new motion-sensing technology, VR, multi-screen technology, AI system iteration, and the requirements on the machine will become higher and higher.


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But overall, I don't think smart TVS will be replaced as often as mobile phones. Here's why:

1. First of all, the main reason for changing the mobile phone is not that the system is slower and slower, and the experience is worse and worse, but that the upgrading of the business is too fast, and the packaging and marketing ability is too convincing (otherwise, how can the business make profits ha ha ha).

2. In fact, the technological innovation in the field of television has not been that fast, and in two or three years it may be a minor field of renewal. OLED TVs, which have been popular in recent years, are also updating their displays.

3. The usage rate of TV is far less than that of mobile phones. Even if the upgrading is accelerated, our demand for smart TV is still limited to meeting the basic functions for the time being. We say that in the future, the development of a complete intelligent control ecosystem, the realization of man-machine interaction, the Internet of everything is the direction of the development of the television industry, but it will be a long time before the real popularity of these new technologies.

However, because the external factors such as power supply, peripheral circuit, application environment, etc. also have a great impact on the life of smart TV. So still want to pay attention to daily maintenance slightly.

Be careful not to switch the machine on and off frequently.

2. Wiping with water can cause permanent damage to the TV set. It is clean effect average above all, and leave water mark easily. What's more, liquid crystals are very susceptible to permanent damage from dampness.

3. When you do not use the machine for a long time, it is better to turn off the machine or reduce the brightness of its display, otherwise it is easy to cause internal burn out or aging.

4. Avoid scratching the TV screen and slamming into the screen. LCD screen is very fragile, direct contact or direct impact of the impact, it is easy to cause small lines and devices on the LCD screen damage.

In addition, if the smart TV too card but temporarily unwilling to replace there is a way, external network TV box. Using a smart TV as a screen to keep it alive is the same.

Finally, although the life of smart TV can be more than ten years, but not recommended for too long
 

venice123

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Saw A Star Is Born on the pic LMAO, so into this movie, classic stories never get old, Bradley Cooper killed me.
 
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