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  1. Gabe

    Hisense Ace2 game TV Released, What's new?

    Hisense Ace2 game TV has released on April 24, and there are two versions 65 inches and 75 inches. According to the e-commerce page, Hisense Game TV Ace2 has a resolution of 3840*2160, a refresh rate of 144Hz, a color gamut of 130% BT.709, and support for VRR variable refresh rate. It is...
  2. Samuel Miller

    Vidda X85 Pro TV Released, 4K Gaming TV

    The Vidda X85 Pro TV was officially unveiled at the product launch event on April 17. According to the official specs, the X85 Pro offers an 85-inch screen (all-metal body) with 1200nits peak brightness and 256 backlight zones (95% DCI-P3 wide gamut). It has level 4096 dimming, which gives a...
  3. Samuel Miller

    Is Sharp AQUOS V Series Gaming TV Good?

    Although the monitor excels in highly focused MOBA and FPS games, the ease of use of gaming TVs is clearly higher for 3A masterpieces that seek more immersion and plot flow. Switching the interface with one touch via remote control allows gamers to enjoy gaming more easily without fumbling with...
  4. R

    Is Samsung Q60B good for gaming?

    In the 2022 Samsung TV lineup, the Samsung Q60B TV is an entry-level QLED TV. Many have asked: Is Q60B good for gaming? This TV, running the Tizen smart platform, offers a large number of apps, including running games. But our judgment on it is that the Samsung Q60B is gaming-friendly, but not...
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    60ms input latency vs 60ms network latency, which is worse?

    When playing game on TV, 60ms input latency vs 60ms network latency, which is worse?
  6. T

    Vidda Game TV Evo X55 launched

    The new Vidda gaming TV Evo X55 is launched, equipped with an exclusive custom gamepad. According to reports, the Vidda X55 is equipped with a 120Hz gaming screen that supports 120Hz MEMC, with a screen refresh rate of up to 120 frames per second, enabling 48-120Hz adaptive low-power...