Gone are the days when families used to have a single TV set in their home that everybody used to sit around in the evening to catch their daily dose of entertainment. As times changed, affluent families started installing TV sets in their bedrooms, and in some cases, even in their bathrooms.
An average LCD TV used to cost around Rs 45,000. But not anymore. The way eCommerce revolutionized smartphone buying, something similar is happening in the TV space too. Companies are launching ultra-tech TVs that fit every budget. However, there is a problem. Most of these TVs are available online with little or completely absent buying guide. This is where TVGeek comes into play.
A few months back, I wanted to buy a smart TV for my newly renovated bedroom. Visiting local TV showrooms did not help as most TVs were out of my budget. As a last resort, I decided to try my luck online. Trust me, there was no shortage of models, features, price range; however, there were too many companies selling too many models on too many platforms. That’s when I decided to do something about it.
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