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Help with those buying choices

December 23, 2009

As I was investigating some of the products on my Christmas giving list, I did research on Consumer Reports online. 

  The library has a subscription to Consumer Reports online and you can log in with your library card number from here.  Doing so allows you access to the full range of information instead of just the basics. 

Read reviews from the experts who do careful research and report on it without influence from advertisers.  The website also offers opinions from people (like many websites do now) which can give you additional insight before making a purchase.  The online version isn’t a carbon copy of the magazine, it contains unique content, keyword searching ability and other nifty features.  I still love reading the magazine.  However, the website allows you to search the compiled information all at once as opposed to scouring through stacks of magazines. 

If you are looking for information on how to make a decision on what to buy, how the products compare, or market pricing…this is the resource you’ll want to explore!

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