The use of televisions has evolved over the years with better sets being introduced with the advancement of technology. Nowadays, you are able to play games, live stream via the internet, watch movies from your flash and watch using decoders among others on one television.
And now with the Cricket World Cup 2019 coming up in May, we take a closer look at the key things you should consider before buying a television.
The most important thing about any television is the display screen. Quite obvious that one. When it comes to the screen, there is a lot to consider in terms of panel technology.
OLED is commonly available in the market and it has the best black levels, colors, and contrast than any other television screen. On the downside, OLED panels tend to have issues such as burn-in, which can leave minor color artifacts visible on your TV after prolonged usage.
QLED is a relatively new technology that uses quantum dots to produce colored light. This uses a quantum dot layer that is said to improve brightness and colors on the TV. QLED screens are better than OLED, LED, and LCD TVs.Moreover, QLED TVs doesn’t have the issue of burn-in compare to OLED TV. The burn-in can be a big issue for gamers. Samsung is one of the few brands who have TVs with QLED screens and surprisingly the prices are cheaper than OLED TVs in the market. Samsung QLED TVs delivers outstanding colors unmatched by any other brand.
TV manufacturers are rapidly shifting from HDTVs to Ultra HD sets (also called 4K). Ultra HD videos look noticeably better. And it’s getting easier to find a suitable TV set with 4K capabilities, provided the market saturation. Content providers have begun to adapt to this change too. Several streaming services, like Netflix, have started offering 4K content.
A television can cost you a small fortune. The good news is that now you can get a great TV even if you are on a tight budget. We usually purchase a TV with the intention of using it for a few years. So, investing the money on buying a TV from a good brand will be the best option. Because they will offer better technology, sharper design, metal finishes, thinner bezels, better motion processing, and smoother pictures. And most importantly, a they have a brand image to worry about, so performance and customer care is guaranteed.
Input lag and the choice you should make
Input lag is the time it takes for an image to go from the TV’s processor to the screen. This is generally around one-hundredth of a second (10 milliseconds). But for gamers, every millisecond counts. In fast-paced shooters or one-on-one fighting games, ten milliseconds can be the difference between victory and defeat. Samsung is known to have the lowest input lag out of all the brands in the market.
So far, we have seen that Samsung TVs are great for gamers because of the QLED technology and the lowest input lag. Moreover, if you are a fan of large screens or just want as small secondary TV, Samsung has something for every room size and every wallet.
For the last 13 years, Samsung has been the number 1 global brand for TV in terms of sales. Most of their models have great picture quality and very good smart features since Samsung puts a lot of research to bring further improvements in this area. Recently they have announced unbelievable prices for its television range in Bangladesh. It is offering the lowest ever price, bringing their high-quality televisions within the affordability of customers.