by M. Brett Smith ·Posted
Choosing the right TV is never easy. With so many factors to consider and so many options to choose from, it’s hard to know where to begin and what to look for. To help make your TV-shopping experience a little less intimidating and (hopefully) a lot more enjoyable, we’ve compiled a list of all the important questions you need to ask yourself before making your next TV purchase. What Size TV Should You Get? When it comes to television
by John Foldi ·Posted
At nearly 100" in size, the new 98" Q80C QLED 4K Smart TV from Samsung emphasizes the "theater" in home theater. For those lucky enough to have the space and budget for such a substantial display, the 98" Q80C delivers an impressive experience based on the latest technologies that Samsung has to offer: Quantum Dot and Quantum HDR+ for lifelike content, Motion Xcelerator Turbo+ for smooth sports and next-gen gaming,
Designed with gamers in mind, Samsung’s new Q80B series of QLED TVs features Auto Low Latency Mode (ALLM), which automatically turns off the TV’s processing, allowing the optimized processor of your compatible gaming system (PlayStation 5 or Xbox Series X/S) to handle the workload of processing the image. This helps reduce input latency, keeping your button presses more in sync with what’s
Big-screen gaming doesn’t get much bigger than the new 98" Samsung QN90A QLED TV. Whether you’re connecting your next-gen console or your custom gaming computer with a previously hard-to-find video card, the QN90A will render graphics quickly and cleanly with features like FreeSync Premium Pro, Auto Game Mode (ALLM), and Super Ultrawide GameView & Game Bar.
Samsung’s new lines of QLED TVs are arriving, and there is quite the variety to choose from. The Q60 series, for instance, is available in 49", 65", and 75" sizes, which feature 4K UHD resolution,
Samsung QLED TVs have arrived at B&H and, with three series to choose from, they have a lot to offer; but before diving into the models and their differences, what exactly is QLED? QLED is an LCD panel with a layer of quantum dots acting as the light source. Since each quantum dot illuminates each pixel, QLED displays can achieve a higher contrast ratio than traditional LED-backlit LCD panels because, like OLED panels, each pixel can effectively be turned “off” to produce zero light. With the technical jargon out of the way, there are