Incredible 4K 120Hz Gaming TV! | Panasonic TX LZ980

The Panasonic TX LZ980 is a great value 4K 120Hz TV for gaming, taking full advantage of the PS5 and Xbox Series X performance. You have two HDMI 2.1 ports to hook up consoles or gamer PCs, one of which supports eARC – so Panasonic’s LZ980 is a solid option for just over £1000 in the UK. This TV comes in 42, 48, 55 and 65-inch models.

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If you have a PS5 or Xbox Series X and you want to really make the most of that power, you need to get a dedicated gamer TV. The excellent ports, 4K resolution visuals, plus HDR10+ and Dolby Vision support as well as Dolby Vision IQ, all contribute to the impressively lifelike picture quality. Those graphics on supported titles look beautifully fluid too, with 120Hz support and VRR.

Stuffed inside is the innovative AI-driven HCX Pro processor, so the Panasonic TX-LZ980 can dynamically enhance the visuals. While the Game Control Board menu allows you to tweak the output to match your games. Ideal for PS5 or Xbox gaming.

Panasonic TX LZ980 Chapters:
0:00 – Banging on a bit
0:39 – Setup
1:37 – Voice control
2:03 – Ports
2:26 – Visuals & audio
3:44 – Game Mode Extreme
4:30 – Game Control Board
5:24 – Byyyyeeeee

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