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Having low input lag and well-handled motion blur, the Sony X930E is an excellent LED gaming TV for those who aren’t interested in getting an OLED TV. The input lag of the X930E is only 25.7 ms, which allows for fast and responsive gameplay as the TV will need only needs 1/40th of a second to process your action, a click of a controller's button, for example, and display the corresponding image change. The X930E does a nice job handling motion blur because of its highly responsive LED panel whose full pixel response time is only 12.7 milliseconds, which prevents fast-moving objects from leaving trails on the screen. Only some OLED TVs can outperform the Sony X930E in this category. See More
Because of the excellent contrast ratio, black uniformity, and exceptional SDR peak brightness of the Sony X930E, it easily outperforms all its LED competitors on the market. The TV does well in both bright and dark environments. The X930E has a very high native contrast ratio of 5744:1, which combined with the panel’s good black uniformity allows the TV to reproduce deep and rich dark scenes. Within the price range of the Sony X930E, only a few OLED TVs provide matching picture quality. The TV also does a fantastic job when situated in bright rooms, where its sustained peak brightness of 1436 nits entirely eliminates the glare effect. See More
The Sony X930E is an excellent TV to hook up with any current generation console because of the TV’s high native refresh rate at 4K. Furthermore, as the TV’s input lag stays constant regardless if the HDR is on or not, the TV is also suitable for HDR gaming. In fact, it is expected that the X930E will be compatible with all the next generation gaming consoles since it’s highly unlikely that those consoles will surpass the 4K120 mark in the near future. See More
Because of its VA panel, the viewing angle of the Samsung Q7C is limited as you'll see noticeable color degradation and brightness shift if the angle between you and the panel is greater than 25 degrees. However, it's worth noting that the majority of VA panels does suffer from this issue. See More
The Samsung Q7C is a good gaming TV because of its relatively small input lag of only 24.2 ms, which allows you to experience smooth, lag-free, and immersive gameplay. Regarding its input lag, the Q7C outperforms its most significant competitor: the Sony X930E. See More
Unfortunately, the curved panel of the Samsung Q7C looks good only from a single spot which is located at the center of a circle made by the curve. If you need a TV that is suitable for group watching, this might not be the right option for you. However, the Samsung Q7F, a flat version of the Q7C, is available as an alternative. See More
The main feature of the Samsung Q7C is the panel, which is curved in such a way that it feels like the screen surrounds you if you sit front and center. However, if you are not a fan of curved TVs, there is an equally-priced flat version of the Samsung Q7C called the Samsung Q7F. See More
The Samsung Q7C is an excellent option for sports fans because the TV can display fast and dynamic content very clearly. This is achieved by the TV’s fast pixel response time of 8.1 ms, which almost eliminates the motion-blur effect. Each pixel can fully change its color in less than 1/100th of a second, so even fast-moving objects don't leave trails. Regarding the response time, the Samsung Q7C performs much better than the majority of its competitors. Additionally, the Samsung Q7C is good for watching outdoor sports, like football, rugby or golf, as it has high color uniformity which results in more natural and consistent-looking sports fields. See More
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