Many people are wondering: what is the best OLED TV for gaming? Let’s start by examining what makes OLED TVs so exceptional. LED TVs work much in the same way that LCD TVS work, with the notable exception that LED TVs use energy efficient lights to light up the screen. You see LCD and LED TVs require a separate lighting source inside the TV to light up the screen. This results in great color, but somewhat whitewashed “blacks” on the screen. The extra lighting source also means that the LED TVs are not as slim as they could be.
Enter OLED. OLED uses technology that does not require an extra lighting source. The electric current alone is enough to light up the screen. This means that you still get vibrant colors, but the “black” on the screen will be much better and darker. Also the TV itself can be slimmer without the extra lighting elements, and also less electricity consumption than an LED TV.
OLED TVs are completely devoid of blurring. They are extremely quick, much more responsive than a LED or Plasma TV.
LG’s EM9600 OLED TV is a great choice. It is an incredible 4mm thick! It comes equipped with Wi-Fi and a dual core processor and Smart TV built in. This means you will be able to connect to the internet with this TV and browse the internet or use Netflix or whatever your heart desires. Weighing only 7.5 kg this TV is truly a monster in a small package.
Samsung’s S9C series of OLED TVs offer a similar option with a few differences. For one it is 7.5 mm thick, which is almost twice as think as the LG model but is still exceptionally slim. It is produced from a single piece of glass and uses what Samsung calls “super OLED”. The difference between LG’s OLED and Samsung’s OLED is more technical than noticeable. LG has added a 4th color (white) to the traditional trio of Red Green Blue and also they have added a color filter for additional clarity. Samsung claims their Super OLED technology produces better clarity because it doesn’t need a filter, but the truth is both are very clear.
Samsung’s OLED TVS come with a host of voice control options for you to explore and play with.
Both options have 3D capabilities and offer full HD as well. Both options have a separate connection box so as not to add unnecessary thickness to the super slim technology.
Other companies that offer a similar OLED TV are Toshiba, Panasonic and Sharp.
If money is not an issue then the best OLED TV to get is the new LG Curved OLED TV. It comes in various sizes, the 55 inch version will cost $3000 or more. The curved screen is great for people who are sitting 4 – 6 feet away from the TV. The screen curves slightly to give you a feeling of being immersed in the environment. If you are looking for a slightly cheaper option the Toshiba and Samsung options are available at 50” for about $800 and both will give you the sharp clarity and great performance you are looking for.