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Your Winning Streak Starts Here: 5 Reasons Why OLED is Your Next Gaming Display

Sep 24, 2021

Every gamer knows that having the right display can make or break your gaming experience. Whether you’re gaming as escapism or as a way of keeping in touch with your friends, upgrading your display can be the difference between a winning streak and a cruel defeat. Optimum display and performance are vital for experiencing high-quality games in the way in which they’re designed. After using the OLED TV, we explain five ways OLED has been engineered to provide the ultimate gaming experience.

Lightning-Fast Pixel
Response Time to
Enable Smoother
Gameplay

A woman is playing a game of driving a red sports car using an OLED panel using a joystick.

You’re in the middle of an intense game with your opponent and BAM – the game freezes. A lag or blur in the middle of a great game can pull you out of the experience altogether (not to mention threaten your score), which is why having a display that guarantees a fast response time is paramount. Video games are now more immersive than ever before, and the OLED TV boasts a pixel response time of 0.01ms, which is theoretically 1000 times faster than that of LCD TVs.

We found that even during games that are graphic-intense or include a lot of character movement, OLED TV captures actions precisely and even adds realism to the movements. This display conducts the most dynamic images with the highest accuracy for players who never settle for less.

Never Miss the
Opportunity for Victory

In the room where the lights are off, the OLED panel display American football gameplay scene in gorgeous colors, and a woman is playing the game with joysticks.

Variable Refresh Rate (VRR) is heavily relied on in live sports games, and we think video games deserve the same courtesy. The OLED TV has an extensive VRR range, which allowed us to enjoy the smoothest transitions for complete control over the opposition.

The OLED TV is the only device that supports both G-sync and Free sync. We found it easy to like the TV with our chosen gaming console for the most precise play rate. The difference is palpable – we felt immersed in the game, participating as a player instead of on the sidelines. Remember ghosting effects and afterimages? They don’t exist in the gaming universe of the OLED TV.

Instantly Capturing Every Keystroke and Command

On the OLED panel, a player wearing a red uniform to stop the ball and a player wearing a blue uniform to kick the ball are seen, and a person is playing the game with a joystick.

Imagine a game so intuitive that it feels as though it predicts your next move? The OLED TV has been designed to react to your actions. As soon as we pressed a button, flicked the joystick or touched the keypad, the innovative processes kicked into action without any delay, thanks to an intelligent input lag process method. A faster display means you can react to your opponent in real-time – not delayed time – giving you an immediate order of command for a fun (not frustrating) gaming experience. This is all made possible, thanks to OLED’s minimized actual input lag. Once you’ve experienced it, it isn’t easy to go back to a display without this feature!

Game-changing Picture Quality Brought to You by Perfect Black

A dark purple universe and meteorite are emerging from the OLED panel, surrounding the panel with blue and orange light.

One of the most impressive features of the OLED TV is its perfect black and ability to maintain 100% color fidelity and accuracy. We’ve noticed that even the most high-definition games can look sub-standard when displayed on the wrong display, so we really appreciated the OLED’s gaming proficiency, which perfectly matches pixel dimming signals to provide the ideal black level and lower input lag on even the most dynamic games. How? Because OLED TVs can turn individual pixels on and off to create perfect blacks – whether you’re looking at a map, a dark object or a scene in night-vision.

Eye-comfort Display as Another Excuse for Another Hour of Gaming

A woman is playing a game with a joystick while looking at the blue picture quality from the OLED panel in a white wallpaper room.

We’ve all been there – unable to sleep after being immersed in a new game – and it’s often due to staring (or squinting) at a bright screen for hours on end. When it comes to gaming at night, playing for long sessions with friends or watching demos to improve your play, excessive screen-time can cause eye discomfort and insomnia. But we’ve been privy to utilizing the OLED TV, a certified ‘Eye Comfort’ and ‘Eye Safe’ display, which boasts 34% blue light (way below the average of 50% threshold) to help to prevent eye damage. This made it easier for us to mentally “switch off” even after the long hours of gaming. The brightness levels are regulated by PWM, which means the OLED TV is also free from flickering and causes no-blurring. Any excuse for another hour of gaming…

The Verdict

Whether you’re an experienced gamer or new to the scene, the OLED TV transforms you from a passive player to an active participant. We’re impressed by the smooth game performance, fast response time, exceptional VRR, zero actual input lag, accurate picture quality and its easy-on-the-eyes feature. Experience gaming the way it was intended with OLED TV.

  • A woman is playing the game in a room where the lights are off with OLED panels and joysticks that show the scene of the American football game in vivid colors.
  • In the white wallpaper room, a woman is sitting on a sofa playing a game with an OLED panel that clearly shows blue. In the white wallpaper room, a woman is sitting on a sofa playing a game with an OLED panel that clearly shows blue.
  • A woman is playing a game with a red sports car on an OLED panel with a joystick. A woman is playing a game with a red sports car on an OLED panel with a joystick.
  • Inside a room covered with blue and orange light, there is an OLED panel with a magnificent purple universe and meteorites. Inside a room covered with blue and orange light, there is an OLED panel with a magnificent purple universe and meteorites.
  • One person is playing an OLED panel with a joystick, which shows a game scene in which two soccer players play soccer. One person is playing an OLED panel with a joystick, which shows a game scene in which two soccer players play soccer.

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