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LG NanoCell 75 8K UHD HDR LED $2399.99

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[Best Buy] LG NanoCell 75 8K UHD HDR LED $2399.99

This is a very interesting tv. This is by far the cheapest 8KTV you can purchase at 75 inches new. This tv might be worth pulling the trigger if you have a 3080/3090 gaming pc just to be able to test out how games look at native 8K. it doesn't do 4k 120hz though even though it has 4 HDMI 2.1 ports which is really strange..

Also, no professional reviews of the tv on the internet is less than optimal on deciding whether the tv is worth it. I own a 43 inch IPS 4k v that I use for my pc monitor, and I find it to be great. I am very tempted to buy this.. I can see this being $2000 new on Black Friday... What are your guy's thoughts?

I would only buy this if you have a high-end gaming pc and your main purpose is to see how games look at 8k...There are better options for anything else on the 4k tv's released this year
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Apr 22, 2015
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$2400 plus tax to test out how games looks at 8k?? lol I'll pass. It doesn't even do 4k 120hz. Right now 8k is just not here yet, better off getting a good 4k TV set in my opinion. You'll be watching a lot of 1080p/4k content right now, which would actually look better on a 4k TV rather than upscaled onto an 8k TV.
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Sep 14, 2006
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That's buying for the future because 8K isn't even on 99.9% of the market's radar. You're better off getting 4K and then when 8K is mainstream, then go for it.
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Jan 15, 2004
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Only save $100. The LG Nanocell is inferior to the Samsung QLED according to review.
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Sep 13, 2004
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ryanaz wrote: you won't notice this with 8k unless you're looking at it with a microscope. this would be great for gaming with dlss ultra performance. 8k dlss ultra performance looks better than 4k native
I certainly will. I've been using a 39" UltraHD monitor on my desk for seven years. 75" 8k would have similar pixel density.

To keep similar quality, I need 8k @ 60 with 8 bits in each pixel for each colour. But afters 7 years, I'd hope for HDR (10 or more bits).

So this TV is a fail for my purposes. And I don't really know of any other use for this TV.

(For videos, HDR is more important than 8k.)
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Apr 25, 2013
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Edmonton
had a look at these nanocell tv's.
why the pixels exaxt same size n quality as my $900 75inch hinese?

Nanocells is a gymick to upsale cheap tv's?

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