Any large retailer is likely to stock dozens of different televisions, but once you grasp the basics, making a choice isn’t hard at all.
Once you’ve settled on the size and type of TV you need you want, it’s time to think beyond the basics.
Design Many TVs are so thin that only a narrow bezel separates the picture from the wall behind it. For sets that are freestanding (like on a tabletop), the bezel and stand design becomes more important. Be sure they match the décor of your room.
Content Modern TVs aren’t limited to what your cable box or Blu-ray player can offer. Many sets like Samsung’s Smart TV models can connect directly to the Internet, letting you browse the Web or run apps directly through the set, including streaming movies from Hulu Plus or Netflix and even launching Skype video chats (with an add-on camera).
3D With a compatible TV and 3D video content, all you need is a pair of special 3D glasses to get a cinematic experience that jumps out of the set.
You may need to dig even deeper as you decide on your purchase. Here are some additional questions to ask yourself or a salesperson while shopping.
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