With crystal-clear graphics and more responsive inputs, the new wave of gaming TVs promises a more immersive gaming experience than ever before. Along with improved sound that puts you at the heart of the action, TV screen technology is making great strides in terms of picture quality. Bold colours, improved performance and more defined visuals bring your virtual surroundings to life.
Ultra High-Definition, or Ultra HD, packs four times the resolution of standard HD onto its screens, improving movies and sports viewing with stunningly true-to-life detail. The technology behind UHD is enhancing entertainment experiences up and down the country – with sharper images adding clarity and atmosphere. Let’s take a look at how UHD works and why it’s the right choice for you.
LG’s best gaming TVs To properly get the best out of those consoles or PCs there is no better match than LG OLED TV, the world’s no.1 OLED TV brand. Best in class colours, pitch dark blacks and 4:4:4 chroma (for those who play on PC this feature is an absolute must) and Dolby Atmos audio support which moves in three-dimensional space for a more realistic recreation – it’s a feature set that makes the latest range of LG OLEDs the king when it comes to gaming TVs
Wider viewing angles, enhanced and realistic colours. Behold the spectacle made possible by LG's Super UHD TVs Nano Cell Technology!
LG is a global pioneer deeply rooted in the TV industry. In 1966, LG was the first Korean manufacturer to bring a locally produced television to the Korean market. Last year, LG ultimately launched the world's first HDR-capable 4K OLED TV – followed by the flagship LG SIGNATURE OLED TV.