hdmi 2.1

  1. Armenius

    ASUS ROG Strix XG43UQ

    ASUS' 43" gaming monitor is coming out next month (May 2021) according to a press release issued today. The monitor support HDMI 2.1 and its features, including ALLM and HDMI Forum VRR. It also supports Freesync 2 Premium (no word on G-SYNC compatibility yet) and can do VRR with strobing using...
  2. N4CR

    HDMI 2.1 120Hz Adaptive 4K OLED goodness: LG 2019 updates C&D models!

    This might be what many of you are waiting for, input lag seems very low in gaming mode to boot. Their 2018 models were already great delivering 120Hz 1440 action which many here have had high praise for, I was content with waiting a little longer. But of course it took a damn TV manufacturer...
  3. cageymaru

    LG Electronics to Release 8K OLED HDR TV Models in 2019 with VRR Support

    LG Electronics has announced that its new ThinQ AI And Alpha 9 Gen 2 Processor use deep learning algorithms and artificial intelligence to analyze source content and enhance picture and sound based on ambient conditions. This technology will span multiple product lines of TVs from LG. The 8K TVs...
  4. J

    8K TV's available worldwide in 2018

    8K TV's available worldwide in 2018? "CES in January 2018 will see the first 8K TVs go on sale around the world. If we’re right, the countdown to 8K TVs for the home has already begun. We must be ready." Is it possible to buy an 8K TV now? Yes – Sharp sells its 85-inch LV-85001 for...
  5. S

    10ft/3m USB 3.1 Type C Male to HDMI Male 4K Adapter

    I recently purchased a MacBook for my wife, and realized we needed some cables as the ones we'd used for her old MacBook were all obsolete now. So I went a little crazy and picked up a few different adapters, knowing I'd likely need them for myself when I upgraded. I honestly expected that this...
  6. Zarathustra[H]

    How HDMI 2.1 Makes Big-Screen 4K PC Gaming Even More Awesome

    As we reported on last month, a new version of the HDMI standard is soon upon us. Many of you know that I use a large 4K TV as my primary monitor on my desktop. As fantastic as this solution has been, I've always wondered what if. What if I could have higher refresh rates than 60hz, or what...