About 50 inch LED Smart TVs
Smart TVs are generally connected to the internet to allow the owner to use a host of additional features. It uses the same technology as in a set top box, or a sky box, and allows the streaming and recording of programmes directly on to the television's in built memory. Modern Smart TVs also have touch screen options, opening up the ability to download applications, and play some touch-based games such as Angry Birds. Applications include film streaming apps, music players and picture viewers. Quite often smart TVs will have internet browsers built in to them, allowing you to use your television controller to surf the web.
Pretty much every major electronics brand that makes televisions has a 50 inch option. Although some popular home television sets go as large as 65 inches, the 50 inch television is considered one of the larger choices. There are two types of LED displays, which are an alternative to the plasma displays also produced by major electronics companies. Some televisions are lit by LEDs at the edges of the screen, whereas others have LED lighting from behind on the whole television panel. The latter is called LED back-lighting and is much more expensive and rare than standard LED.
The edge lighting technology has allowed manufacturers to make their TVs incredibly thin, and most smart televisions will appear this way. A 42 inch television will only use about 40 or 50 watts of energy - although this sounds surprising, LEDs are very easy to power, so the television is lit clearly and crisply without using much energy.