LG’s press conference brought us the new CES 2021 as well OLED TVs. We get it every year at CES. So this is not a surprise.
With LG’s 2021 lineup of OLED TVs, it goes with brightness. It gives us a brighter panel on these new OLED TVs, and it also gives us some new game modes. Which is a good thing to add in 2021, as PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X are now available.
Stadia and NVIDIA GeForce now run out of the box
According to LG, the cloud gaming will run on its TVs out of the box. Includes Google Stadia and NVIDIA GeForce Now. This means all you need is a controller to get started. According to LG, Stadia will launch in the second quarter, and GeForce Now in the fourth quarter of 2021.
For gamers, there is a new Game Optimizer. Optimized for next-generation gaming features like NVIDIA G-Sync, FreeSync, VRR, and 4K / 120Hz. And it works on all of its 4 HDMI ports. With game optimizer, it can recognize different game genres and adjust contrast, clarity and shadow details accordingly.
OLEDs are cheaper on the horizon
LG is making OLED TVs cheaper this year, with the A1 series. Which will have a small 42-inch TV. Now LG has yet to announce pricing for any of its OLED TVs. This is not surprising, as we usually do not charge any prices for products advertised at CES. Especially since these will not be available for some time.
There are also B1, C1, and G1 series which will be more expensive. It measures up to 83 inches.
And we can’t forget the Z1 series, which is an 8K OLED TV. It comes in sizes 77 and 88 inches. This is the size you’ll need when you know the difference between 8K and 4K.