Samsung has introduced a new ultra-thin gaming TV – Samsung QX2, which is characterized by a 4K resolution (3840 x 2160 pixels). It has received various certifications of professional gaming displays and is equipped with an HDMI 2.1 interface. It also supports 120 Hz image refresh rate.
Thanks to the AMD FreeSync Premium certification, the QX2 ultra-thin gaming TV can operate at 120 Hz without the slightest hang-up. It supports low frame rate compensation and low latency of 5.8ms. Samsung QX2 supports HDR10+extended dynamic range.
The thickness of the TV without a stand is only 27 mm. The equipment includes Wi-Fi 5 and Bluetooth 4.2 wireless adapters, four HDMI interfaces, two USB ports and an Ethernet network port. The Samsung QX2 line is represented by models with screens with a diagonal of 55, 65 and 75 inches. They received a Quantum Dot 4K processor, as well as a 20-watt audio system. The TVs are running the Tizen operating system. The possibility of voice control is provided.
The 55-inch model costs $1,070, the 65-inch model costs $1,375, and the biggest one, with a 75-inch screen, is offered for $2,290.
Sales in China will start on April 14. Those who place a pre-order are promised a Samsung wireless Bluetooth headset.