Here’s the skinny

What can we learn from this?

  • 2008 Consumer Reports Buying Guide: 360 pages.
  • 2009 Consumer Reports Buying Guide: 320 pages.
  • 2010 Consumer Reports Buying Guide: 304 pages.
  • 2011 Consumer Reports Buying Guide: 304 pages.
  • 2012 Consumer Reports Buying Guide: 221 pages.

By 2015 at the latest, you’ll have to be subscribing to their Web site and/or installing their app to get any of this information. Count on it.







3 comments

  1. Stark Dickflüssig »

    29 October 2011 · 10:59 am

    Thank you for your interest, but the 2015 Consumer Reports “Best Mobile and Web Devices to Read Your Consumer Reports Articles” article is only available on line.

  2. CGHill »

    29 October 2011 · 11:09 am

    A fitting successor to “Keyboard not found. Press F1 to continue.”

  3. Charles Pergiel »

    29 October 2011 · 8:40 pm

    No, no, no. The trend away from printing on paper will bottom out in the next couple of years and then begin a monumental rebound which will dwarf, dwarf I say, any previous publishing exploits. This will happen because of a conflux of computer virii, crappy screen quality and the Chinese having finally secured their monopoly over all electronic manufacturing. Advertisers, unsure if any of their advertising is actually being seen on electronic gizmos abandon it for the surety of print on paper.

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