Another year is done and dusted and quite frankly we couldn’t wait to see the back of 2020. 2021 holds some more promise, and we’re particularly intrigued by what it has in store for the TV world.
With the pandemic affecting TV manufacturers in 2020, it’s slightly trickier to ascertain what’s on the way, but there are trends in that market we’ve observed that could give us a clue.
With CES on the horizon and TV manufacturers jostling to (digitally) share their vision of 2021, here’s what might happen in the world of TVs.
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