In 2009, which saw the first serious attempts at TVs with built-in Internet services, we reviewed plenty of mixed bags. On the plus side, essential streaming video services like Netflix and Vudu seemed to work relatively well, but on the minus side, utility widgets (mainly powered by Yahoo) were sluggish, remotes were unwieldy, Wi-Fi was nonexistent, and content selections were limited.
In 2010, most if not all of those problems have been addressed by many makers. Below we take a look at the major manufacturers' Internet-enabled TV platforms that we like best.
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