Consumers can play more than a dozen different games such as Sudoku, Club 21, Mummy Maze or High Stakes Hold ‘Em on the TV by themselves, with a family member or with someone a thousand miles away via Internet connectivity.
These sets also feature Philips MediaConnect, which allows consumers to wirelessly connect the PC to the TV for access to online movies, photos, documents, videos, social networking and more.
“Consumers want to do more than just watch TV and the addition of TAG Games affirms our commitment to creating the ultimate entertainment experience for consumers,” said Todd Richardson, senior vice president of sales and marketing for P&F, the exclusive licensee for Philips consumer televisions and home theaters in North America. “Our MediaConnect option leads the way as the only solution on the market that delivers a simple, integrated solution allowing consumers to access all their PC content without boundaries. These sets are also packed with Vudu and Facebook, as well as the world’s first connected TV Apps to be powered by ActiveVideo’s CloudTV platform, and we are adding more daily. Whether it’s family photos, personal documents, social media or online videos, if consumers can access it on a personal computer, they can now enjoy it on their TV as well, wirelessly.”
In addition to gaming, Philips TVs feature NetTV, which instantly connects consumers wirelessly to services including Netflix, Vudu, Facebook, Film Fresh, Pandora, Twitter and more.