Black Friday LG TV deals can save you plenty of cash whether you're after a mid-range or a premium display. LG has an excellent range of TVs on the market right now, spanning price brackets from $300 all the way up to $3,000. That means there's likely going to be something for everyone here, with budget smart TVs sitting next to luxury OLEDs on the shelves.
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Nintendo’s Switch OLED Model is now available, and even if it’s no Switch Pro, there’s a lot to like about it. But as new owners of the console start enjoying its larger, more vibrant screen, some might also wonder whether they should pay any mind to the classic “risk” of OLED technology: burn-in.
The LG CX OLED and LG GX will both get Dolby Vision gaming support at 120Hz within the next week, making them shoe-ins for best gaming TVs for Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S consoles. A Forbes story goes through the new firmware upgrade, which is expected to arrive...
The LG CX OLED, and its close sibling, the LG GX, are both set to get support for Dolby Vision gaming at 120Hz within the next week – making them shoe-ins for best gaming TVs for Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S consoles. A report in Forbes runs through...
Although it’s taken a little longer than initially expected, LG has told me this morning that it expects to start rolling out a Dolby Vision at 120Hz firmware update for its 2020 CX and GX OLED TVs ‘very soon’ in South Korea, with a wider roll out currently scheduled to begin around the middle of next week.
For folks who went from a 1080p tv to 4k, how noticible is it?. Went from a Samsung 3D smart TV 1080p in 2011 to a LG CX Oled 4k display just before Ps5 dropped last year and Jesus CHRIST the difference is one galaxy to the next. No. Cap. Like 30FPS to 60 or even 120FPS.
A couple of weeks ago we told you how Dolby Vision is now available (or coming soon) on more than 100 Xbox titles. Now, LG has more good news for gamers. The tech giant has told Forbes that it expects to "start rolling out a Dolby Vision at 120Hz firmware update for its 2020 CX and GX OLED TVs ‘very soon’ in South Korea", followed by a global rollout starting next week.
This year’s 2021 Amazon event held a lot of surprises. There was a smart home robot called Astro that combines huge swathes of Amazon’s technology portfolio into one companion device – smart displays, video cameras, and the like – as well as an Amazon Glow toy for games beamed via projector onto the floor in front of it.