Smart sets come with security risks, but it's getting harder to find a TV that isn't connected to the internet
Shopping for a new TV these days is challenging at best. You have to consider size, display type, resolution, and even the number of ports if you want to cover all your bases. And you must decide whether or not you want a smart TV.
It might surprise you to know you don't have to buy a smart set if you don't want one — and there are solid reasons to skip this feature. However, shopping for a "dumb" TV won't be that easy if you're worried about brand or size. If you're interested in owning a non-smart TV, read on to learn what you can expect during your search.