On these TVs with HDMI 2.1 should pay attention to PS5 players on the Black Friday [advert]
Black Friday is a colloquial term for the Friday complying with Thanksgiving in the United States. It typically marks the beginning of the Xmas buying period in the USA. Many stores offer highly promoted sales at affordable costs and also typically open very early, in some cases as early at twelve o'clock at night or even on Thanksgiving. Black Friday has actually consistently been the busiest purchasing day of the year in the USA because 2005.
Maybe you already had luck and capped a PS5 or Xbox Series X get holders or hopes, but in both cases it makes sense to worry about gaming accessories. To properly bring your hard-fought — or future — console properly, you need a TV that can show your games in 4k with 120fps and has the right HDMI 2.1 port. Since these are often very expensive, Black Friday is the perfect opportunity to get one.
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Who image quality is very important and who is ready to spend a little more, for which the Samsung Qn90a is interesting. Through the LED display it has over excellent local dimming and very high top brightness with about 1,800 CD / m2.
Who likes to play with friends, can be particularly happy because the QN90A has a lower viewing angle dependence than similar models. The INPUT-LAG is particularly low, with 5.3 ms at 120 Hz and 10 ms at 60 Hz. Although the TV has only one HDMI 2.1 connection, but if you do not necessarily connect PS5 and Xbox Series X simultaneously If that should not be a problem.
Samsung Qn90a 55 inches at Saturn for 999, — €
Other models from Samsung are available here:
Samsung LED QN800A 8K TV at Saturn Samsung LED Q80T at MediaMarkt Samsung QN85A at Saturn
Who adds slightly cheaper without making too many compromises in quality, could instead be considering the Sony XH90. Although the TV does not have an OLED display, but has it Full Array Local Dimming (Fall), Which means that different areas of the screen can be adapted individually to the brightness of the scene.
Thanks to a firmware update, this model is capable of displaying 120fps in 4k, where the INPUT LAG is only 7 ms. This is very good for gaming — and that's a good price.
Sony XH90 55 inches at Mediamarkt for 799, — €
More from Sony:
Sony OLED A90J at Saturn Sony X95J at MediaMarkt Sony X85J at Amazon Sony ZH8 at Saturn
LG OLED B1
The LG OLED B1 convinces with very high picture quality, also 120fps at 4K are no problem — even with low input layer. By the two HDMI 2.1 connections you can also do these properties on the Use PS5 and Xbox Series X. It also supports VAR in all common variants: Free sync, G-Sync and VAR for HDMI-2.1 specifications.
LG OLED B1 55 inches at Media Market for 949, — €
More LG TVs with HDMI 2.1:
LG OLED C1 at Media Market LG NANO86 at Saturn LG NANO91 Amazon
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