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If you’re in need of a new television, you’re in the right place. This basic buyers guide will go over two major sections: the features and what you need to consider during the purchasing process. With so many televisions flooding the market, it’s hard to choose which one is the best.


That’s why guides like this exist. To help you play your own ‘Elimination’ game and find the right television for yourself. You may whittle down your options based on some of the features, the price, and whether or not it satisfies your critical needs.


Now, let’s go over the features that come with a television you might be looking for.

Features to look for

Screen size


The screen size is measured diagonally from one corner to the other. This will insure the size of the picture you are viewing while watching your favorite TV shows and movies.

Picture quality


This will determine the resolution of the picture quality of what you’re watching. You might watch something where the movement is fluid. Or it might be slightly grainy.

HDMI/USB connectivity


Most modern TVs will have HDMI and USB ports for other devices. These include but are not limited to LED strips, home theater systems, additional speakers, and other accessories. The number of HDMI and USB ports will vary from one TV to another.

HDR (High Dynamic Range)


HDR is designed to provide a better boost for your TVs contrast, brightness, and color. The purpose of this is making the picture look as realistic as possible. TVs with this feature will perform much better than a standard high definition TV that you’ll find on the market.


There are different types of HDR technologies that exist which ensure a better viewing picture.

Additional apps


Most modern televisions will be smart TVs. Which means they will include built-in apps that you can download. These include but are not limited to Netflix, Hulu, YouTube, and others.


However, if you already have a streaming device such as an Amazon Fire TV stick or Roku, you can skip this feature altogether. That’s because it will have the same apps on those devices so there would be no point in downloading them on a standalone Smart TV.

Television Buyer’s Guide