Unable to find any reviews on it really, seems to be a new product
It should at least be better than the unknown Chinese OEM TVs? right? at least color wise, I might just end up buying one anyways
There's the page, I just have to wonder if it's Chroma 4:4:4, it has HDMI 2.0 at least, doubt it has 444 though
The second review on the amazon prize wouldn't surprise me to be true "Image quality is ok. the blacks on this tv are bad. they're not deep black. I'm a gamer and this tv has too much input lag even on game mode. if you're trying to get this model of tv my suggestion would be to invest a lil bit more on Samsung tv which has better range of color and better blacks on the display and less input lag "
* Seems like a good TV for TV things, but I don't think I'll be buying it due to the lack of deep blacks and response time/input lag, I also don't love my family enough to justify a new TV just yet, maybe when OLED is cheap
when I was searching to tv to use as monitor, I got the impression that several lg model have good image but a input lag too high for gaming when compared with samsung ones. you might want to check it out if you are planing on gaming.
I only managed to get 4k 60fps chroma 4:4:4 on my samsung after making a firmware update. The lgs might require the same thing so be sure to update if you decide to test it.
I use an LG 49UB8500 49 inch 4k as my TV, and the picture quality is great, but the input lag across the LG TV lineup are awful. Mine is 65ms at least. I love it for use as a TV after syncing the audio.
I found from time to time moving my head around was a little annoying. I originally had a Sony IPS 43in 4K TV as a monitor. It didn't work out because of an issue with the TV but I moved to a 32inch 4K monitor and am happy. I like the increased resolution with the screen size. For me its not too small as I sit approx 26in from the screen.
Thanks for the input! :D I currently use around a 23" 16:10, and that already seems quite big. 42" just seems monstrous to me. 32" seems like a nice, comfortable middle ground of not-too-large, and not-too-small