There's standard HD, 3D and now ultra HD, the next big thing in television.
Ultra HD, also known as 4K TV, is the next version of high definition television. The sets have nearly four times the screen resolution of standard high-def televisions.
Consumer Reports tested several ultra HD sets and chose the new 65-inch Samsung Curved as its top pick.
The added details of ultra HD TVs come with a hefty price tag. For now, prices vary from around $1,500 to up to $25,000.
Around the buying season, such as Christmas, Consumer Reports say the enhanced sets may drop down in price.
The company says that drop could be as much as 30%.
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