NEWS: Samsung 2022 TVs and monitors to support HDR10+ gaming

peahead

Well-known Member
Wow Samsung really are stubborn and rather silly by still not supporting Dolby Vision, I won't consider one of Tvs again because of this.
 

MEGATAMA

Well-known Member
They first need to properly implement hdr10 on PC/Nvidia then we can talk about next step.
 

Stonedofmoo

Active Member
Agreed, it's a ridiculous situation. Nothing good ever comes of having more than one standard in tech, eventually one wins and one loses; think VHS/betamax or hd-dvd/Blu-ray
 

cuke2u

Well-known Member
Wow Samsung really are stubborn and rather silly by still not supporting Dolby Vision, I won't consider one of Tvs again because of this.
I think many would disagree and regard HDR10+ just as good as DV. But hey let's not turn this into another boring thread about the arguments for and against both.

If I was a LG tv owner I'd be having a go at them for not implementing HDR10+ when it is free and force users into watching lower quality broadcasts..
 
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cuke2u

Well-known Member
Not exhibiting at the CES doesn't necessarily mean the products won't be released...
 

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