The Top Five Next Gen Gaming TVs

Are you looking for the perfect gaming TV? After weeks of intensive research has picked the five best televisions on the market. This feature includes vital information that will help you make the right choice when buying a new set.

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0ut1awed1674d ago (Edited 1674d ago )

Good article but IMO one major display was left out. Not to mention that IPS and other variations of that display technology were not mentioned nor discussed. They can be easy to miss if you don't know about them since manufactures and sellers tend to simply list them as LED for some reason. This is essential since IPS is probably one of the best looking LED display technologies that you can currently purchase.

I just picked up a 47" LG 47LS4500 for $400 (even though I actually only really paid $150 for it!).

This was by far the best TV I found for my PS4/Second monitor for my PC. It's 120hz and it is in fact a S-IPS display so the color contrast/quality and black levels are outrageously good. It's also edge lit so the whole TV is barley over a inch thick.

The screen looks almost as good as my 27" PLS (variation of IPS) monitor. FYI the panel/screen in my PC monitor is the same as the Apple Cinema display that sells for $1k and again that's only for a 27" monitor.

So yea, I believe this TV is the shiznip and by far the best bang for your buck with the ~$400-500 price you can find it for.

webeblazing1674d ago

Yo pm me a link to the TV and monitor

angelsx1674d ago

Where is Sony kdl653 and 905? They are best tv's with lowest input lag.

SlapHappyJesus1674d ago (Edited 1674d ago )

The Sony television seems really nice, and I've never had an issue with Vizio either.
I've been hearing good things on both.

0ut1awed1674d ago

Or you could get the one that I was suggesting that would be just as nice as both (if not better) for much less. :)

SlapHappyJesus1674d ago

Very well could be.
I can only recommend based on my own experiences though. I do really like my LG ultra-wide IPS monitor, but that's the only LG screen I've ever used. That said, it doesn't meet the performance of my new BenQ display, though image quality is better.

fenome1674d ago

Man, I thought was a totally different website, awesome name though! :D

fenome1674d ago

Oh yeah, on topic. Lol

I do need a new TV bad, love the size of my 60 inch tv, but DLP is such dated tech now. My girlfriends got a little 40 inch LED and the difference is astounding. I'd rather game on her tv than mine and mine pretty much takes up the wall in my room. Lol

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il-JumperMT1674d ago (Edited 1674d ago )

Sony KDL-42W653 is non 3D version with better black levels and only 16 ms input lag.

Its quite cheap also.

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