Samsung – Neo QLED the ideal TV for gamers ⋆ We Nerds

Discover 5 reasons why the Ultra-Wide screen, the sound that accompanies the movement of objects in the scene, the 120 Hz panel and the 10-year guarantee against burn-in make this TV ideal for gamers

A real revolution in color, brightness and contrast came with the models of Samsung Neo QLED TVs when they are launched, thanks to the different features that favor the immersive experience, such as Mini LEDS technology and other important differentials. For gamers, the line represents a new level of performance, with significant advances in picture and sound quality, in 4 options ranging from 50 to 85 inches, in 4K or 8K resolutions. Discover the main differentials of Samsung’s Neo QLED TVs which, quite literally, changed the users’ game for the better:Samsung.  Gamer playing on a Neo QLED

1 – Ultra-wide screens

Having a wider and more detailed view at game time is crucial for a good performance. The Ultra-Wide¹ screens of the Neo QLED TV range allow the gamer to choose to view gameplay with either 21:9 or 32:9 screen aspect ratio options to ensure they don’t miss any detail and ensure their advantage over their opponents in all kinds of situations. game situations.

2 – Intuitive game menu

As well as Auto Game Mode – which adjusts picture settings for the best experience – Neo QLED TVs also have an intuitive Game Menu², which lets you check out Input Lag, FPS, HDR and other important information so players can make game-changing adjustments quickly and without interruption.

3 – Mini-LED technology

Good levels of brightness and contrast make all the difference for a more precise and detailed view. For gamers, this feature allows the playback picture to be crisp even in the darkest scenes. On the panel of Samsung’s Neo QLED TVs, the conventional LED is replaced by about 40 unique Mini LEDs in the same space. This is what guarantees a unique experience, on a thinner screen, with brighter images and greater precision in panel lighting.Samsung.  Television advertising image

4 – Smooth fluidity and 120Hz refresh rate

Only those who play know how important it is to have maximum frame rate during matches. Thinking of addressing this important issue, the Neo QLED line features FreeSync Premium Pro technology, which doesn’t let any image dropouts occur during gameplay. This smooth gameplay is also due to the native 120Hz refresh rate on these Samsung models, in addition to Motion Xcelerator Turbo+ technology, which allows images to be displayed for a much more immersive experience.

5 – Sound in motion

Of course, total immersion is only total if the audio quality and synchronization accompany the images during the games. Samsung Neo QLED TVs enhance sound for a unique experience with Moving Sound technology, which follows the movement of objects in the scene, bringing even more dynamism to gameplay. In addition to a smoother experience, this technology allows the player to identify targets and opponents more precisely, allowing him to know for example which side the enemy is coming from and to have a faster and more precise response.

BONUS: 10 year burn-in warranty

For gamers or not, the burn-in effect occurs on certain types of screens that absorb static images displayed for a long time, such as game scores or maps, generating smudges that may become permanent on the screen . The good news is that Samsung’s Neo QLED TV models come with a 10-year burn-in warranty, leaving the user worry-free about the durability of their TV.

Ready to take your gameplay to the Neo level? Discover the range of Neo QLED TVs on Samsung online store

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Sergeant Rock 1967

Eduardo “Sgt Rock 1967” Rocha is the creator of Nós Nerds! Computer technician and hardcore gamer and veteran.

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