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An Internet-enabled TV is

any television set connected to the Internet via a third-party device, such as a set-top box, a games console or a laptop/PC. The set-top box might be provided with services such as Sky On Demand, Virgin TiVo, BT Vision or Talk Talk. Games consoles used include Microsoft's Xbox Live, Sony's Playstation 3 and the Nintendo Wii. Laptops/PCs are connected through a cable run from an output port to an input port on a compatible TV.[1]

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