Samsung’s been developing its Neo QLED line to bring you more than what a typical television offers. This 2022 version of the Samsung Neo QLED 8K TV brings more features for you to enjoy, whether you need to watch content, play games, exercise, or even attend online meetings.
Thanks to its Quantum Matrix Technology Pro and Shape Adaptive Light Control, it lets you enjoy your favorite shows and movies. At 1/40th the size of conventional LED, the Quantum Mini LED displays brighter colors and deeper blacks while reducing blooming and improving overall clarity. The AI-backed Shape Adaptive Light Control should precisely map out objects on the screen and adjust their lighting for better immersion. For that complete cinematic experience, the Samsung Neo QLED 8K TV also has Dolby Atmos sound.
Now, if you want a great gaming experience on a big screen, this Samsung TV also supports AMD FreeSync Premium Pro. It promises to reduce screen tears and stuttering while you game. And with this TV’s Quantum-Dot display, you can expect incredible vibrance and depth. Its Motion Xcelerator Turbo+ ensure the visuals move buttery smooth with its 120Hz refresh rate. It also promises stability with an Auto Low Latency mode, so you shouldn’t have to deal with input lag. And if you want quick access to your settings. The Samsung Neo QLED 8K TV line comes with Game Bar 2.0 feature.
It’s not just all fun and games, though. It can be used for hybrid work and schooling, too. All you need to do is connect an external camera and fire up Google Duo. It has a smart camera feature, allowing it to follow your movement and ensure you’re always in the frame and in focus.
The Samsung Neo QLED 8K TV supports the Multi-View feature if you want that multi-screen and multi-device setup. You can have four windows up on the large screen simultaneously. It also supports Microsoft 365 via this TV’s Workspace menu.
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