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March 4, 1997updated 05 Sep 2016 1:06pm


By CBR Staff Writer

Non-PC internet appliances, such as net-capable televisions, will provide online access for 15.3 million households in the US by the year 2002, according to a study by Jupiter Communications, LLP. However, according to the study, personal computers will remain the premier platform for internet access in 47 million households by 2002. TV-based access devices will become the leading non-PC internet access appliance, providing links for 12.7 million homes, or 13% of the consumer online market by 2002, while web-enabled screen phones will be found in 2.6 million homes, representing 5% of the total market. These and other findings are included in Jupiter’s new Internet Appliance Report.


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