It is well known that currently there is a kind of war between gaming monitors and televisions, since the latter want to enter the niche of players with other arguments. If you consider that you have seen everything on monitors and want to try a TOP TV for gaming , do not take your eyes off any of the models that we are going to present to you.
The best gaming TV on the market
It is together with the C9 and CX range of the best on the market within the LG manufacturer. We are talking about a 55-inch 4K resolution OLED television that integrates all the manufacturer’s novelties, since this model is part of the 2020 range.
Supports HDR Dolby Vision, Technicolor, HDR10, HLG, and HDR Converter, HEVC, VP9, DTS, Dolby Atmos, eARC, and more
Its operating system is webOS, it has an imput lag of only 1 ms, HDMI 2.1 , support for VRR, a 7 Gen 2 processor with AI and it is offered for a price for the 55-inch version of 1293.94 euros.
Of course, it is compatible with the assistant of Google and Alexa.
Sister of the B9, this C9PLA shares almost all its features, such as its 4K UHD resolution, its Alpha 9 Gen 2 processor, Dolby Atmos, Dolby Vision, HDMI 2.1, VRR, ABL and the rest of the features.
Actually the differences are minimal, since apart from the aesthetics and connections, we will find a different base and a better processor, apart of course from the size, which in this case we are seeing the 65-inch version, so this television is slightly more expensive than the B9S model.
It is a new model within the gaming TV that Samsung is going to position in the market for this 2020. We have selected the 65-inch size for being the best compensated, but we can also find it in 55-inch or 49-inch if we are going by dimensions .
Like a good Samsung TV, it offers QLED Quantum dot technology to improve the colors and brightness of the screen, and although it does not get the pure black of an OLED, it is not really that far, far from it.
It is compatible with HDR 1500 , so we can already imagine the brightness it will have, ideal for environments with a lot of sun or interior lighting. It offers support for HDR10 + , Wide Viewing, OTS, AVA, Alexa, Bixby, Google and much more. In the gaming section it does not get the OLED response times, but it really surprises since they are extremely low and sufficient for a non-professional player.
Again we have chosen the format that in size / price is the most suitable. It also exists in 55 inches and 50 inches for the most compact environments. It is one of those TVs that, being LED and not having a Quantum Dot or OLED, offers more than good response times.
And we are talking about a 65-inch screen with 4K resolution that is compatible with HDR10 PRO , Dolby Vision, WCG, 10-bit panel and Dolby Audio. Without forgetting Google Assitant, Play Store, Chromecast integrated, Alexa, Netflix etc …
For gaming it is possibly the television with the best benefits per euro, since it costs only 661.12 euros at the moment.