It’s been a seriously good year for gamers and television enthusiasts alike, with each and every leading brand competing for the title of TV of the year. This year’s televisions are fast, elegant, and have the most stunning displays we’ve ever seen – and gamers are all the better for it.
From an array of sizes, technologies, and prices, we’ve discovered the very best gaming televisions of the year, so whether you’re looking for the best 65-inch TV, or the sharpest OLED on the market, we’ve got you covered.
When it comes to the best gaming televisions of the year, no list is complete without mentioning potentially the best OLED TV on the market right now.
LG’s C2 OLED TV is the epitome of next-generation technology in a television, from the minimal, yet eye-catching chassis and bezel-less design, to the 0.1ms response time OLED display, there are very few shortcomings when talking about LG’s C2 OLED TV.
For those looking to harness the PS5 and Xbox Series X / S’s 120 frames-per-second capabilities, you’re going to want a television that can handle such speed, and with the C2’s 120 Hz refresh rate, you can be certain that any games you play will feel incredibly crisp and responsive like you’ve never experienced before.
Yet another excellent gaming TV , as well as one of the best televisions made this year, Samsung’s S95B is a triumph of excellent engineering, and is a one-of-a-kind experience that is just waiting to be seen.
Forget deciding between OLED and QLED, the S95B is both. A constant issue with OLED TVs that users experience is the darker screens that are a result of the lack of backlight, a lot of OLED TV’s brightness peaks at 500 nits, compared to QLED’s 1000-2000 nits of potential brightness, yet this isn’t the case for the S95B. This year, Samsung’s best television has a peak brightness of 1,500 nits, unprecedented in an OLED TV.
The result? Samsung’s S95B has potentially the most stunning display on the market, comfortably hitting that beautiful 120 Hz refresh rate for gaming, all the while having the stunning brightness and depth of colour that QLED displays are known for, as well as the contrast and deep black tones that OLED technology can create.
Despite having the most beautiful displays, QLED TVs aren’t readily known for their high refresh rates and crisp, responsiveness compared to an OLED TV, that is, until Samsung unveiled its Q80B television this year.
The Q80B is not only a mind-bogglingly great deal on a massive 65-inch television, but it’s also absolutely crammed with insanely good hardware. From the 120 Hz refresh rate to the incredibly gorgeous neo-QLED screen with 100% colour volume that is absolutely sensational, the Q80B is the home cinema experience you’ve been craving for so long, at a reasonable price.