The feedback loop between your game controller, your brain, your fingers, and the action on the TV screen is a delicate cycle.

Any delay can diminish the thrilling immediacy of playing.

But another source of lag, for all types of games, is introduced by the TV itself.

It takes mere milliseconds for a video signal to travel from your console through the HDMI input on your TV to appear on the screen, but too many milliseconds can be noticeable to your brain, or downright deadly to your in-game character.

I've also considered wide viewing angles, gaming experience, picture quality, screen size, wide color gamut, and support for high dynamic range content.

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