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Old 11-22-2021, 01:59 PM   #1
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I have noticed that quite a few of the TV'S for 2021 specifically 65 and 75 inch models under $1000 don't currently support HDMI 2.1? Why is that because there's quite a few people who stated that this was the main reason why they waited for the newer models to come out for 2021? If you want to spend like say over $1500 those models have HDMI 2.1 but not the mid entry level TV'S under $1000.
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I have noticed that quite a few of the TV'S for 2021 specifically 65 and 75 inch models under $1000 don't currently support HDMI 2.1? Why is that because there's quite a few people who stated that this was the main reason why they waited for the newer models to come out for 2021? If you want to spend like say over $1500 those models have HDMI 2.1 but not the mid entry level TV'S under $1000.
It's down to price, but a lot of TVs do support some next generation gaming features, even if they don't fully support HDMI 2.1.
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