Until tomorrow runs at Saturn and Media Market of Singles Day sale where you get 11 percent discount on most of the range, with a few exceptions such as downloadable content, consoles or Apple products. In many cases this leads to low prices, including 4K TVs. In this article, we introduce you to a few of the highlights among those models which, thanks to HDMI 2.1 are particularly well suited for gaming with Xbox PS5 and X Series. The overview of the entire Singles Day Sale can be found here:
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The discount is usually only deducted in your shopping cart. So on the product page you can see still the normal price.
What is HDMI 2.1? HDMI 2.1 ports have a higher bandwidth, making the PS5 and the Xbox Series X up to 120 fps at 4K resolution are possible. The previously common HDMI 2.0 ports provide at 4K, however, a maximum of 60 fps.
High image quality: LG OLED B19
LG OLED B19 gets her just the smallest version with 55 inches for quite favorable 978.11 euros instead of 1,099 euros. However, something is better offer for the 65-inch version 1334.11 euros instead of 1,499 euros costs. These else even comes close to get loud compared platforms just nowhere as low.
LG OLED B19 (4K, HDMI 2.1) from €978.11 at Saturn
The LG OLED B19 offers very high image quality, which is mainly due to the OLED technology with its infinitely high contrast and excellent color reproduction. While he falls in comparison with the LG HELD C17 the slightly lower peak brightness and somewhat weaker processor in practice, but hardly on. The input lag is 5 ms at 120 Hz and 13 ms at 60 Hz is very low, there are two HDMI 2.1 ports.
FALL and low input lag: Samsung LED Q80A
Samsung Q80A is available in 55 inches for €881.09 instead of 989.99 euros. There is also a smaller version with 50 inches for 711.99 Euro, but no HDMI 2.1 features. Models with 55 inches or more have an HDMI 2.1 port and includes an input lag of around 5 ms at 120 Hz and more than 9 ms at 60 Hz to the most responsive to inputs TVs on the market.
Samsung LED 55Q80A (4K, 55-inch, HDMI 2.1) instead of €989.99 for €881.09 at Saturn
In the image quality of the Samsung Q80A does well, but can not keep up with the LG OLED B19. The contrast is due to the IPS panels rather low. After all, there is a full array local dimming. The screen is thus divided into zones, whose brightness individually to the scene can be adjusted. The LED technology also provides improved color reproduction. In addition, the Q80A has a comparatively high peak brightness, which the appearance of HDR content benefits.
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The convenient solution: LG NANO869
The LG NANO869 is one of the cheapest models with HDMI 2.1 from 2021. The smallest version with 50-inch gets her at Saturn just for €676.39 instead of 759.99 euros. It offers two HDMI 2.1 ports and is very well suited for gaming with an input lag of about 6 ms at 120 Hz and 15 ms at 60 Hz.
LG 50NANO869 (4K, 50-inch, HDMI 2.1) instead of €759.99 for €676.39 at Saturn
With its IPS panel and the NATO Cell technology, which is comparable to the LED technology, the NANO869 the Samsung Q80A is quite similar, cuts through the lower peak brightness and the worse local dimming, but overall image quality was weaker. For the price, the picture is still quite good.
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