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Get the most out of your video games with the perfect Gaming TV

Video game developers and hardware manufacturers are constantly pushing the boundaries of what can be achieved in the industry. It seems like every year gamers are on the edge of their seats, eagerly awaiting the next announcement or demo showing off what is coming next in incredible graphics, sound, and overall gaming innovation. However at the end of the day, many gaming experiences are only as impressive as the screen they are being played on. That why many players put a lot of time into choosing the right Gaming TV—one capable of displaying the best visuals, and packed with all the features serious gamers are looking for.

What type of screen should I look for in a gaming TV?

Video game developers put thousands of hours into creating amazing visual experiences—but the extent to which it translates to the screen really depends on what type of TV you choose for gaming. For example, LED (Light Emitting Diode) screens feature vibrant back-lit or edge-lit technology. The amount of light they generate ensures bright colours and sharp images.

On the other hand, OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode) screens feature individual pixel illumination, which may slightly reduce the overall capacity for brightness compared to LED, but allows for deeper and more immersive blacks—perfect for games set in dark, spooky environments.

Furthermore, QLED (Quantum Light Emitting Diode) screens incorporate Q-Dot technology, clustering dots together for rich colour variety and saturation. This quantum dot clustering improves picture quality while still benefitting from the brightness of a backlit display.

The best screen resolution for gaming TV’s

Screen resolution is one of the most important factors in determining just how sharp and impressive your gaming visuals are. Many of the best TV’s for gaming right now feature a native 4K resolution—capable of displaying four times as many pixels as a standard 1080p HD TV. Gaming consoles like the PS4 Pro and Xbox One X are already primed to take advantage of 4K ultra HD TV’s, and the PS5 and Xbox Series X consoles will lean even more heavily into the benefits of 4K—not to mention the recent emergence of gaming TV’s that support a whopping 8K resolution.

Subsequent features to look for in the best 4k gaming TV’s include HDR, HDR 10, or Dolby Vision capability, to name a few. These formats are on the forefront of delivering improvements in contrast and dynamic range, affecting overall picture quality to a significant degree.

Other features to look for in a gaming TV

Not every feature is advertised as prominently as screen type or resolution, but nonetheless there are a few others that truly make for the best in gaming TV’s. Choosing a TV with a high refresh rate (measured in “Hz”) and a low response time (measured in “ms”) will increase the potential number of frames displayed per second, which can reduce motion blur and keep the image sharp and clear. This is not only visually appealing, but can also affect performance in competitive games.

Curved screen gaming TV’s may also be appealing to dedicated gamers. The viewing angle of a curved screen mimics three-dimensional space more effectively than a flat screen, often resulting in a more immersive experience. The downside to curved screen is that they aren’t as ideal for multiple viewers from multiple viewing angles, but since gamers are often involved in solo viewing scenarios, curved screens can create a very appealing wraparound aesthetic with the illusion of peripheral vision.

Get the most out of your video games with the perfect Gaming TV

Video game developers and hardware manufacturers are constantly pushing the boundaries of what can be achieved in the industry. It seems like every year gamers are on the edge of their seats, eagerly awaiting the next announcement or demo showing off what is coming next in incredible graphics, sound, and overall gaming innovation. However at the end of the day, many gaming experiences are only as impressive as the screen they are being played on. That why many players put a lot of time into choosing the right Gaming TV—one capable of displaying the best visuals, and packed with all the features serious gamers are looking for.

What type of screen should I look for in a gaming TV?

Video game developers put thousands of hours into creating amazing visual experiences—but the extent to which it translates to the screen really depends on what type of TV you choose for gaming. For example, LED (Light Emitting Diode) screens feature vibrant back-lit or edge-lit technology. The amount of light they generate ensures bright colours and sharp images.

On the other hand, OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode) screens feature individual pixel illumination, which may slightly reduce the overall capacity for brightness compared to LED, but allows for deeper and more immersive blacks—perfect for games set in dark, spooky environments.

Furthermore, QLED (Quantum Light Emitting Diode) screens incorporate Q-Dot technology, clustering dots together for rich colour variety and saturation. This quantum dot clustering improves picture quality while still benefitting from the brightness of a backlit display.

The best screen resolution for gaming TV’s

Screen resolution is one of the most important factors in determining just how sharp and impressive your gaming visuals are. Many of the best TV’s for gaming right now feature a native 4K resolution—capable of displaying four times as many pixels as a standard 1080p HD TV. Gaming consoles like the PS4 Pro and Xbox One X are already primed to take advantage of 4K ultra HD TV’s, and the PS5 and Xbox Series X consoles will lean even more heavily into the benefits of 4K—not to mention the recent emergence of gaming TV’s that support a whopping 8K resolution.

Subsequent features to look for in the best 4k gaming TV’s include HDR, HDR 10, or Dolby Vision capability, to name a few. These formats are on the forefront of delivering improvements in contrast and dynamic range, affecting overall picture quality to a significant degree.

Other features to look for in a gaming TV

Not every feature is advertised as prominently as screen type or resolution, but nonetheless there are a few others that truly make for the best in gaming TV’s. Choosing a TV with a high refresh rate (measured in “Hz”) and a low response time (measured in “ms”) will increase the potential number of frames displayed per second, which can reduce motion blur and keep the image sharp and clear. This is not only visually appealing, but can also affect performance in competitive games.

Curved screen gaming TV’s may also be appealing to dedicated gamers. The viewing angle of a curved screen mimics three-dimensional space more effectively than a flat screen, often resulting in a more immersive experience. The downside to curved screen is that they aren’t as ideal for multiple viewers from multiple viewing angles, but since gamers are often involved in solo viewing scenarios, curved screens can create a very appealing wraparound aesthetic with the illusion of peripheral vision.