VIRTUAL REALITY: The opportunities with virtual reality headsets are potentially endless, spanning from entertainment to gaming and social networking. This is definitely a trend to watch and will be interesting to see how it will affect the smart TV sphere. (Gareth van Zyl, Fin24)
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