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LG Electronics CX OLED65CXPUA Flat 65-Inch 4K Smart OLED TV Review | 2020 Model

September 15, 2020 by  
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Best of 2020**New for 2020. LG Electronic’s OLED65CXPUA 65-inch Flat 4K OLED TV is LG’s top-rated 65-inch 4K Ultra HD TV. An OLED TV gives you many advantages over LCD and LED TVs. The black levels of OLED TVs are the best of all screen technologies. The viewing angles are fantastic, with no loss of contrast. Another advantage is speed, which is important when viewing fast moving action. To assist with action LG has True Native 120Hz + OLED Motion Pro technology. OLED is many times faster than LED and LCD displays (0.1 microseconds refresh). Perfect Black There are no backlights as each pixel is self illuminating. LG is the leader in OLED TVs. Not only is this an OLED TV, but also a 4K Ultra HD TV with over 8 million pixels of resolution. This is four times the resolution of Full HD, giving you a stunning sharp picture.

For 2020, the LG OLED65CXPUA includes HDR technology compatible with HDR10, Dolby Vision, HLG. This technology will give you a brighter picture with colors that pop, and better dynamic range. This model also includes both an HEVC(H.265) and VP9 decoder for 4K streaming video from online providers such as Netflix and Amazon. Use the Bluetooth® wireless audio streaming to speakers or headphones. Upgraded LG Alpha 9 (Gen3) Processor, WebOS 5.0, Magic Remote, Built-in WiFi. …More…

Available Sizes: 65-inch, and 55-inch,

Top Rated Native 120Hz HDTVs & 4K LED TVs | 2019-2020 | Reviews & Comparison

February 10, 2020 by  
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Smart Review features Top-Rated 120Hz LCD & LED HDTVs based on consumer reviews. 120Hz technology is one of latest innovations in HDTVs which reduces image blur, especially in sports and action movies. Native 120Hz also benefits the viewing of motion picture films which were filmed at 24p. The TVs listed below all have a “native” […]