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Pro Very dark blacks
A pure black screen measures just 0.024 cd/m², which means that when black colours or loading screens appear, they will truly look black (instead of the dark purplish glow which lower quality screens produce when displaying black colours). The deviation of black level across the TV is great as well - at half a percent the screen will appear extremely uniform with no bright spots.
This helps it achieve a very good contrast ratio of 4500:1.
Pro Good viewing angles
With 20° of viewing with no colour distortion, this is a good TV to use as a computer monitor. Because you'll be sitting close to it, the angle when looking at the far edges of the display are much more angled than when looking dead-on at the middle of the display. This means you'll notice much less colour shifting than other TVs with poorer viewing angles.
Con No display port
Display port is a port used to deliver high amounts of data, and more favourable than HDMI for very high resolution high fps gaming.
Con Frame rates limited at 60Hz - poor for gaming
Gaming in 120Hz allows the TV to show more frames each second, delivering more up-to-date graphics than 60Hz TVs. 120Hz TVs will show refreshed screens twice as much, letting the gamer see their enemy up to a whole frame quicker. While not a con for the average gamer, high intensity FPS (first person shooter) gamers require extremely high refresh rates.
Con High response time means longer delays
Gamers require the fastest response possible so they aren't even a frame behind their opponents. The response time on this TV is 18.7. For comparison, computer monitors geared towards gaming often offer 5ms or lower response time. 16ms is commonly thrown around as the total delay before it can become noticeable. This 18.7ms delay plus mouse delay will be considerably over the 16ms threshold.