Samsung has expanded its series of branded TVs with a new product aimed at gamers. The XQ2 model is notable not only for its 4K resolution, but also for its support of dynamic refresh rate up to 120 Hz and modern picture standards.
According to the manufacturer, the minimum response time of the TV QX2 is 5.8 milliseconds. The model supports HDR10 +, thanks to which the picture looks maximum contrast and does not lose clarity in dark scenes.
Quantum Dot 4K processor is responsible for the TV performance. The user can connect a game console or PC to the display using the HDMI 2.1 port, which supports VRR. At the same time the minimum thickness of the TV, which is also positioned as a gaming monitor, is only 27 millimeters.
Samsung QX2 has a built-in speaker system with 20 Watt, as well as support for Bixby AI voice assistant, which recognizes 16 languages. Smart TV functions are also provided, including a variety of streaming services. The Samsung QX2 costs $2292 for the flagship 75-inch model. Versions with a 65-inch and 55-inch screen will cost buyers $1374 and $1076, respectively.