HDMI 2.1 Explained with an LG NanoCell Big TV - How a New TV Can Improve Gaming

Digital Foundry writes, "With the arrival of PS5 and Xbox Series X, now's a good time to upgrade your TV. In this video, Rich describes the two key technologies in today's TV market - OLED and LCD - and the advantages and disadvantages of both. Also: how bigger is better in the living room, plus all of the key technologies delivered by HDMI 2.1 - 4K 120Hz, ALLM and perhaps the most crucial of all - VRR, variable refresh rate. Oh, and how about 8K? Yes, we look at that too, powered by the Asus ROG Strix RTX 3090."

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stefd7546d ago

if i can get a 43 inch one of these then i will be happy

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Mr_Luke46d ago

I'm happy with my LG NanoCell TV :D (over all because i had a huge discount and paid it half....).

PitbullMonster46d ago

There is a reason why they show this on a Nanocell tv and not on a OLED TV.

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roadkillers45d ago

Please buy this high end piece of technology. The more rich people that buy it, the more the company is to use economies of scale to create the cheaper I can get this in 15 years. I'll go back to my 4k Roku tv now lol.

4k still sounds like a luxery even though you can get a good 55inch for $300

Sayai jin45d ago

Good and bad are subjective. Often with electronics you get what you pay for.

traumadisaster45d ago

True, but the second thing I wish you'd have mentioned is there is often little difference in quality past a certain threshold and paying a lot more for minor improvement occurs often with electronics.

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