The Ikea TV Is Coming — And We Should All Take It Seriously | Gadget Lab | Wired.com
Ikea media centers and bookshelves have long housed our electronics, but starting this summer, Ikea will become a full-fledged electronics manufacturer. Although it initially garnered protests and confusion among gadget enthusiasts, Ikea's upcoming television is actually a smart move -- and an indicator of the television market's maturity as a whole.
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