A few years ago, curved televisions were all the rage. Then 4K became the talk of the town. This year, it’s high-dynamic range (HDR) TVs at a price point buyers can finally afford. To the average consumer, all these changes are hard to keep up with.
Enter Consumer Reports, the Yonkers, New York-based nonprofit testing organization that reviews everything from cars to vacuums to blenders. Each year, it tests more than 200 televisions in addition to the thousands of others products and services it reviews.