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Survey: Do punters really want TV on their PC?

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Market research organisation Jon Peddie Research is seeking real users' opinions about the convergence of PCs and TV - and is offering a heap of goodies from ATI, Nvidia and Pinnacle to tempt users to tell the company what they think.

Interested readers can express their opinions by filling in JPR's online survey form here.

The 75-question survey also takes in broader issues such as operating system and platform preferences, and home technology usage. Anyone concerned about their privacy should note that JPR promises that your individual and personal information will not be made public but will be used only in a summary report. Your name and contact information will not be sold or given to anyone outside of Jon Peddie Research. No salespeople or solicitors will contact you, regardless of whether you win any of the prizes or not.

Prizes include ATI Radeon All-in-Wonder 9800 Pro cards, Nvidia Personal Cinema systems, Pinnacle PCTV and Studio Deluxe set-ups, and SnapStream Personal Video Stations. You choose which you'd like to receive if you're one of the winners picked at random from all the survey respondents.

In the meantime, we'll bring you the results just as soon as JPR's analysts have crunched the numbers. ®

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