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Which TV set to get?

If you are on a budget:

Regular full high-definition 
(HD) TVs

  • Brands like Sharp and Toshiba
  • Basic and easy to use
  • Resolution: 1920x1080
  • Prices start from $2,000

If you have a bigger budget:

4K ultra high-definition 
(4K UHD) TVs

  • 4K resolution is a term for display devices or content having horizontal resolution on the order of 4,000 pixels. The TV industry has adopted ultra high-definition TV as its 4K standard.
  • Brands like Sony
  • Resolution: 3140x2180
  • Social TV options - can use Twitter and Skype while watching shows
  • Streams Playstation 3 games to the TV
  • 3-D functions/ Smart TV
  • Prices start from $6,000

If you want the best on the market:

Curved ultra high-definition (Curved UHD) TVs

  • Brands like Samsung
  • Resolution: 3140x2180
  • 3-D functions/ Smart TV
  • Prices start from $7,000

OLED (organic light-emitting diode) TVs

  • Uses light bulbs to produce images, whereas most TVs use liquid-crystal display (LCD) screens
  • Slim design
  • Without ultra high-definition
  • Brands like LG
  • Resolution: 1920x1080
  • Prices start from $8,000