PS5 and Xbox, the Series X would be forced to buy a new Tv

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It used to be that you had to have bought a TV that was to keep for 10 years or more. Nowadays, the technology becomes outdated on an almost daily basis, and to follow through with the purchase, and if you want to be up-to-date information. The PS5 could be forcing one or the other right now, but it is also to be maintained.

Even if you may have purchased in the past two years, a new TV, you can rest assured that this applies at the latest by the beginning of this year, as the law is obsolete, or is the best way to set up. The reason for this is, above all, the change to the new HDMI Standard 2.1, which will be conducted this year, more than ever, it is moving forward. And we all know it, the players will always want to get the most out of your Hardware, and the corresponding terminal device, and the display to talk to.

HDMI 2.1, is to force the update

To the extent that it is upheld, then the PS5 and the Xbox, the X Series, not only in native 4K, and the partial resolution of 8K, and also to a frame rate of up to 120fps are possible. This is twice as much as it is with the current consoles. To think, however, it is only because you have to be aware that these parameters are only possible with the HDMI Standard 2.1. It has to 2019 at the latest, and in some of the Tv sets from LG, as well as to equip it to Sony, and other manufacturers, starting this year, and it is pure.

Thus, it is assumed that the market for your TV the new consoles are also to be encouraged again and again. I am sure that most of the the “current” The plan will be fully acceptable to the PS5 and the Xbox Series of the X desktop without any problems. The Maximum it is, however, not only is the fire tv devices. But maybe that’s just to get it out from time to time needs.

In addition to a higher resolution or frame rate of the video, you will be eligible for the new standard has other advantages, such as, for example, the type of the Variable Refresh Rate (VRR), no new 10+, Dolby Vision, IQ and so on, which are only intended for HDMI 2.1.