Why would anyone
1) buy one of these "smart TVs";
2) if they did, actually connect it to the Internet;
3) if they did, be surprised?
Anyway, just plain don't buy consumer IoT shit, people. It's a security issue, and the "benefits" are more gimmicks than anything else. If you want a big TV, and really ALL the options you like come with IoT / smart shite, just buy a huge monitor and a stand-alone DVB-T decoder with HDMI out - as a bonus you can also play GTA V on it or whatever.
As for the printer thing mentioned, there is simply no excuse at all to buy one of these "consumer grade" printers, ever. Regardless where you live, ebay, craigslist, their local variants, and used hardware depots are chock full to the brim with used professional office equipment sold for peanuts. You can get a full duplex, 1200dpi, shitload of pages per minute, PostScript II HP laser printer for the price of a good dinner - and you can also get third-party toner refills for those, making them immensely more economical. (It WILL probably look as if a bunch of mountain trolls have collectively barfed all over it, but that's nothing a little isopropyl alcohol and a soft rag cannot fix...)
We're engineers, let's use our heads. ;P