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TCL 1 Series/D100
TV REVIEW

Usage Ratings - Version 1.3
6.2
Mixed Usage
Value for price beaten by
: TCL 4 Series/S425 2019
5.3
Movies
6.7
TV Shows
7.2
Sports
7.0
Video Games
4.3
HDR Movies
4.2
HDR Gaming
7.0
PC Monitor
Type : LED
Sub-Type
:
VA
Resolution : 1080p

The TCL D100 is a basic 1080p TV with decent picture quality. It lacks many of the features found in higher end TVs to improve the picture quality further, and has sub-par motion performance. Unlike most other TCL TVs, it almost completely lacks a smart platform.

Test Results
Design 6.0
Picture Quality 6.3
Motion 5.8
Inputs 7.4
Sound Quality 5.4
Smart Features 3.6
Pros
  • Great contrast makes blacks look deep
Cons
  • Could be brighter
  • Image quality degrades when viewed from an angle
  • Cannot play 24p content without judder
Update 2/28/2019: Converted to Test Bench 1.3. Learn more about our versioned test bench system here.
Update 3/12/2018: Converted to Test Bench 1.2. Learn more about our versioned test bench system here.

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6.0

Design

Curved : No

The TCL D100 is a very basic looking TV, and certainly won't be the centerpiece of any room. It has a wide plastic stand, with a similar design to other TCL TVs such as the S305. It appears a bit thick when viewed from the side, but the HDMI inputs are fairly easy to access. 

Stand

Like other TCL TVs, the D100 has a wide stand. It is made of plastic and feels cheap, but does support the TV well.

Footprint of the 40" TV stand: 7.6" x 29.7"

Back
Wall Mount : VESA 100x100

The rear of the TV is made of metal, which is nice and feels quite solid. The component inputs on the rear of the TV may be difficult to access if wall mounted.

Borders
Borders : 0.67" (1.7 cm)

The borders have an average thickness, and look fine.

Thickness
Max Thickness : 2.87" (7.3 cm)

The TV appears a bit thick if viewed from the side. It will stick out a bit if wall mounted, especially due to the thicker section near the base of the TV.

Temperature
Maximum Temperature
:
95 °F (35 °C)
Average Temperature
:
91 °F (33 °C)

The TV runs fairly cool, only getting warm to the touch in a few places on the back. The bottom is full of vents, which exit midway up the back.

6.0 Build Quality

The build quality of the D100 is decent. It does feel cheap and has a fully-plastic exterior and stand but shouldn't present any problems with normal use.

6.3

Picture Quality

The TCL D100 1080p LED TV has a decent picture quality. Dark room performance is very good since it has a great contrast ratio and an excellent black uniformity which in turn makes for very good dark scenes with deep blacks. When set in a bright room, the D100 doesn't perform as well since it can't get that bright and it can't deal that well with reflections. The gray uniformity is okay and dirty screen effect not too strong, which is good new for sports fans out there. The viewing angle is disappointing and unfortunately, it relegates the best picture quality to narrow zone right in from of the TV. 

8.5 Contrast
Native Contrast
:
4287 : 1
Contrast with local dimming
:
N/A

The TCL D100 has a great contrast ratio and with a contrast ratio hovering around 4300:1, this means it can produce blacks that are very deep. When set in a dark room, the D100 can reproduce dark scenes very well.

0 Local Dimming
Local Dimming
:
No
Backlight
:
Direct

The TCL D100 does not have a local dimming feature. The video is for reference only.

6.7 SDR Peak Brightness
SDR Real Scene Peak Brightness
:
227 cd/m²
SDR Peak 2% Window
:
265 cd/m²
SDR Peak 10% Window
:
262 cd/m²
SDR Peak 25% Window
:
260 cd/m²
SDR Peak 50% Window
:
258 cd/m²
SDR Peak 100% Window
:
258 cd/m²
SDR Sustained 2% Window
:
263 cd/m²
SDR Sustained 10% Window
:
260 cd/m²
SDR Sustained 25% Window
:
259 cd/m²
SDR Sustained 50% Window
:
258 cd/m²
SDR Sustained 100% Window
:
258 cd/m²
SDR ABL
:
0.001

Plot over time

Okay SDR peak brightness. The brightness remains constant no matter the content shown, which is good (the real scene brightness is measured near the edge of the screen where it's not as bright). Unfortunately this brightness, while good enough for a dim room, isn't good enough for a very bright room. However few budget TVs like this are any brighter, in fact the D100 is brighter than the pricier TCL S305 and S405.

0 HDR Peak Brightness
HDR Real Scene Peak Brightness
:
N/A
HDR Peak 2% Window
:
N/A
HDR Peak 10% Window
:
N/A
HDR Peak 25% Window
:
N/A
HDR Peak 50% Window
:
N/A
HDR Peak 100% Window
:
N/A
HDR Sustained 2% Window
:
N/A
HDR Sustained 10% Window
:
N/A
HDR Sustained 25% Window
:
N/A
HDR Sustained 50% Window
:
N/A
HDR Sustained 100% Window
:
N/A
HDR ABL
:
N/A

The TV does not support HDR.

6.8 Gray Uniformity
50% Std. Dev.
:
4.834 %
50% DSE
:
0.203 %
5% Std. Dev.
:
1.232 %
5% DSE
:
0.107 %

The gray uniformity is average for the D100. Looking at our 50% gray uniformity picture, you can clearly see that most of the uniformity issues are from the corners being too dark. The center is more even though and although dirty screen effect is present at some level, is not too distracting.

Looking at the 5% gray test picture, we see that the edges are a bit brighter, but this is not very apparent in dark scenes with normal content.

6.6 Viewing Angle
Color Washout
:
38 °
Color Shift
:
44 °
Brightness Loss
:
46 °
Black Level Raise
:
41 °
Gamma Shift
:
16 °

Poor viewing angle, not as good as TVs with an IPS panel but better than most TVs with a VA panel. Blacks turn grey and colors shift when viewed from a moderate angle, with brightness dropping to half soon after. This TV is not a good fit for a room where people often view the TV from the side.

7.9 Black Uniformity
Native Std. Dev.
:
0.910 %
Std. Dev. w/ L.D.
:
N/A

Excellent black uniformity for the TCL D100. Not much clouding can be seen on our test picture besides some brighter edges along the screen, similar to what was present on the 5% gray uniformity picture. Overall, this is a very good result and great for movies, especially in dark scenes.

7.6 Reflections
Screen Finish
:
Semi-gloss
Total Reflections
:
6.0 %
Indirect Reflections
:
0.4 %

The D100 is decent at handling reflections. It has a semi-gloss finish which slightly reduces the intensity of direct reflections by diffusing them across the screen. It is okay for an average room, but for a room with a few wide windows or lots of light this may be an issue.

4.5 Pre Calibration
White Balance dE
:
5.95
Color dE
:
4.90
Gamma
:
1.85
Color Temperature
:
7478 K
Picture Mode
:
User
Color Temp Setting
:
Warm
Gamma Setting
:
N/A

Out of the box, TCL D100 accuracy is sub-standard and the white balance, even when set to the color temperature 'Warm', the final temperature color is cooler than what is usually preferred. With a white balance dE of 5.95, this level of inaccuracy is high enough that most people could notice it. As a result of the bad white balance, since the gamma and white balance are closely related, the gamma is also off our 2.2 target.

Unfortunately, the color dE is not better. With a dE 4.90, the color accuracy is high enough so that almost anybody could notice that the color are wrong. Most of the issues start with the fact that the white point is off target and the same drift can be seen for all the other color, resulting in a high dE for all of them.

4.5 Post Calibration
White Balance dE
:
5.95
Color dE
:
4.90
Gamma
:
1.85
Color Temperature
:
7478 K
White Balance Calibration
:
No
Color Calibration
:
No
Auto-Calibration Function
:
No

Unfortunately, there is no calibration option on the TCL D100, so it is impossible fix those imperfections.

You can see our recommended settings here.

8.0 480p Input

Low quality content such as DVDs are upscaled well.

8.0 720p Input

720p content such as cable looks good (but a bit soft) once upscaled. The native resolution isn't a multiple of 720p, so the TV applies a zoom and it isn't possible to fit to the screen. This also causes some added softness, so it may be worth increasing the sharpness slightly for low quality content. An example of sharpness 10 can be seen here.

10 1080p Input

Native 1080p content is displayed well, and no issues can be seen. It is necessary to use 'Point to point' scaling to fit to the screen.

0 4k Input

The D100 is a 1080p TV.

6.5 Color Gamut
Wide Color Gamut
:
No
DCI P3 xy
:
73.13 %
DCI P3 uv
:
77.84 %
Rec 2020 xy
:
52.49 %
Rec 2020 uv
:
56.79 %

Narrow color gamut, only good enough for SDR content. However the TV doesn't support HDR, so this is not an issue.

5.6 Color Volume
Normalized DCI P3 Coverage ITP
:
65.0 %
10,000 cd/m² DCI P3 Coverage ITP
:
18.7 %
Normalized Rec 2020 Coverage ITP
:
46.1 %
10,000 cd/m² Rec 2020 Coverage ITP
:
13.2 %

Poor color volume. The TV's already narrow color gamut narrows further for very dark colors, and fully saturated red can't get bright enough.

7.0 Gradient
Color Depth
:
8 Bit
Red (Std. Dev.)
:
0.132 dE
Green (Std. Dev.)
:
0.172 dE
Blue (Std. Dev.)
:
0.125 dE
Gray (Std. Dev.)
:
0.144 dE

The TCL D100 has an 8-bit panel, as the banding usually seen with 8-bit panel is visible on our test picture. Beside the 8-bit panel, the D100 is very good at displaying our test image, as no real tint or color shade issues can be noticed.

10 Temporary Image Retention
IR after 0 min recovery
:
0.00 %
IR after 2 min recovery
:
0.00 %
IR after 4 min recovery
:
0.00 %
IR after 6 min recovery
:
0.00 %
IR after 8 min recovery
:
0.00 %
IR after 10 min recovery
:
0.00 %

Perfect result for the image retention on the D100 as no image retention could be noticed at all during our test.

10 Permanent Burn-In Risk
Permanent Burn-In Risk
:
No

We don't expect VA panels to experience permanent image retention, as the VA panel in our long-term test appears immune.

Pixels

The horizontal VA pixel structure looks almost identical to the S305.

5.8

Motion

The motion handling of the D100 is lacking. The response time is good, resulting in a short trail of blur following fast moving objects and the response has some overshoot, resulting in a pale trail following dark objects moving against a lighter background. The TV flickers at 120 Hz to dim, so motion isn't as smooth as some other TVs but most people won't notice it. This TV is unable to play movies at 24p without judder, even directly from a 24p source such as a movie played on a DVD player. The D100 cannot interpolate lower frame rate content and is therefore unable to produce any soap opera effect.

7.9 Response Time
80% Response Time
:
5.6 ms
100% Response Time
:
21.2 ms

The response time of the D100 is good, resulting in a short trail following moving objects. This is adequate for most people when watching fast-paced content. It also has some overshoot, visible as a lighter trail following our logo in the above picture. This is a better response than the 1080p TCL S305, but worse than the 4K S405.

4.0 Flicker-Free
Flicker-Free
:
No
PWM Dimming Frequency
:
120 Hz

The TV uses PWM at 120Hz to dim the backlight, starting at 100/100 backlight setting. Lowering the setting shortens the duty cycle, while amplitude remains constant. Backlight PWM helps clear up motion slightly, but results in duplications following moving objects.

5.4 Black Frame Insertion (BFI)
Optional BFI
:
No
Min Flicker for 60 fps
:
120 Hz
60 Hz for 60 fps
:
No
120 Hz for 120 fps
:
N/A
Min Flicker for 60 fps in Game Mode
:
120 Hz

The D100 has no options to reduce its flicker frequency to 60 Hz, although its 120 Hz PWM does help somewhat to make motion look more clear.

0 Motion Interpolation
Motion Interpolation (30 fps)
:
No
Motion Interpolation (60 fps)
:
No

The D100 has a 60 Hz panel and has no interpolation options for lower frame rate content. People who like the smoother motion known as soap opera effect may be disappointed.

8.5 Stutter
Frame Hold Time @ 24 fps
:
20.5 ms
Frame Hold Time @ 60 fps
:
0.0 ms

The TCL D100 is great at displaying content smoothly. Even 24 fps content, which has long static images between frames, appears smooth as the pixel response time helps to blur the transitions.

0 24p Judder
Judder-Free 24p
:
No
Judder-Free 24p via 60p
:
No
Judder-Free 24p via 60i
:
No
Judder-Free 24p via Native Apps
:
N/A

The TCL D100 can't remove judder from 24p movies regardless of the frame rate of the source.

0 Variable Refresh Rate
Native Refresh Rate
:
60 Hz
Variable Refresh Rate
:
No
4k VRR Maximum
:
N/A
4k VRR Minimum
:
N/A
1080p VRR Maximum
:
N/A
1080p VRR Minimum
:
N/A
1440p VRR Maximum
:
N/A
1440p VRR Minimum
:
N/A
VRR Supported Connectors
:
N/A

This TCL TV has a 60Hz panel, and doesn't support any variable refresh rate features.

7.4

Inputs

The D100 is unfortunately a 1080p SDR TV, so it cannot play 4k or HDR content. It does have low input lag, though not as low as many TVs that have a 'Game Mode' setting.

8.4 Input Lag
1080p @ 60 Hz
:
30.7 ms
1080p @ 60 Hz Outside Game Mode
:
30.7 ms
1440p @ 60 Hz
:
N/A
4k @ 60 Hz
:
N/A
4k @ 60 Hz + 10 bit HDR
:
N/A
4k @ 60 Hz @ 4:4:4
:
N/A
4k @ 60 Hz Outside Game Mode
:
N/A
4k @ 60 Hz With Interpolation
:
N/A
8k @ 60 Hz
:
N/A
1080p @ 120 Hz
:
N/A
1440p @ 120 Hz
:
N/A
4k @ 120 Hz
:
N/A
1080p with Variable Refresh Rate
:
N/A
1440p with VRR
:
N/A
4k with VRR
:
N/A
8k with VRR
:
N/A
Auto Low Latency Mode (ALLM)
:
No

Low input lag, though not as low as many TVs with a 'Game Mode' option like the TCL S405. As the TV does not have a game mode and shows 4:4:4 color in any picture mode, the input lag is always the same.

One flaw is that the TV's input lag cycles by ~6 ms: it starts at 27.9 ms, increases to 33.5 ms then loops back to 27.9 ms. This isn't really a concern though, and should only be noticeable by very competitive gamers who are sensitive to input lag. Most TVs do not show this cycling, they maintain a constant input lag (though some take a minute or so to settle, like Samsung TVs).

Another interesting detail is that the TV refreshes the screen from the bottom to the top, so the bottom has the lowest input lag. This is the opposite of most TVs because they refresh from the top to the bottom. We always measure input lag at the center of the screen so this doesn't affect our measurements.

1.7 Supported Resolutions
1080p @ 60 Hz @ 4:4:4
:
Yes
1080p @ 120 Hz
:
No
1440p @ 60 Hz
:
No
1440p @ 120 Hz
:
No
4k @ 60 Hz
:
No
4k @ 60 Hz @ 4:4:4
:
No
4k @ 120 Hz
:
No
8k @ 30 Hz or 24 Hz
:
No
8k @ 60 Hz
:
No

The TV has a 1080p @ 60 Hz panel, so the best resolution it can show is 1080p @ 60 Hz @ 4:4:4. 4:4:4 color is supported globally, in any picture mode, which is great.

Input Photos
Total Inputs
HDMI : 3
USB : 1
Digital Optical Audio Out : 1
Analog Audio Out 3.5mm : 0
Analog Audio Out RCA : 1
Component In : 1 (shared)
Composite In : 1 (shared)
Tuner (Cable/Ant) : 1
Ethernet : 0
DisplayPort : 0
IR In : 0
SD/SDHC : 0
Inputs Specifications
HDR10
:
No
HDR10+
:
No
Dolby Vision
:
No
HLG
:
No
3D
:
No
HDMI 2.0 Full Bandwidth
:
No
HDMI 2.1
:
No
CEC : Yes
HDCP 2.2 : No
USB 3.0
:
No
Variable Analog Audio Out : No
Wi-Fi Support : No

The TV does not support DTS, only Dolby Digital, which shouldn't be a concern because most sources and Blu-rays support both formats.

Audio Passthrough
ARC
:
Yes (HDMI 2)
eARC support
:
No
Dolby Atmos via TrueHD via eARC
:
No
DTS:X via DTS-HD MA via eARC
:
No
5.1 Dolby Digital via ARC
:
Yes
5.1 DTS via ARC
:
No
5.1 Dolby Digital via Optical
:
Yes
5.1 DTS via Optical
:
No
5.4

Sound Quality

Unfortunately, the TCL D100 sounds quite bad. It has a poor frequency response which greatly impacts the sound quality of the TV. Any sort of external sound system will probably be an upgrade.

5.1 Frequency Response
Low-Frequency Extension
:
190.27 Hz
Std. Dev. @ 70
:
6.92 dB
Std. Dev. @ 80
:
6.64 dB
Std. Dev. @ Max
:
5.44 dB
Max
:
90.0 dB SPL
Dynamic Range Compression
:
2.28 dB

Poor frequency response. The D100's higher frequencies are subdued giving it a dark signature. Its bass does not extend very far either, which means it will lack a lot of thump and presence. Unfortunately, there is no self-calibration feature available to take care of these issues.

6.3 Distortion
Weighted THD @ 80
:
0.055
Weighted THD @ Max
:
1.922
IMD @ 80
:
5.86 %
IMD @ Max
:
30.47 %

Average distortion performance. While it won't be noticeable in most cases, the TCL D100 does have a fair amount of distortion at higher volumes. IMD shows a strong bump when volume is maxed which is in part caused by the TV's use of aliasing in the higher frequencies.

3.6

Smart Features

Smart OS : No
Version : N/A

The TCL D100 is not a smart TV, its only smart feature being the ability to play photos and music files from a USB drive (but not videos). To use apps and streaming services users will need an external device like a Chromecast or Roku TV. It also lacks many advanced settings such as color calibration. Still, it's able to perform all basic TV functions such as playing HDMI and component inputs, and tuning to antenna and cable channels. The interface also responds lightning fast because it has no animations.

5.0 Interface
Ease of Use
:
Easy
Smoothness
:
Very Smooth
Time Taken to Select YouTube
:
N/A
Time Taken to Change Backlight
:
4 s
Advanced Options
:
Few

The TV's interface is very basic, only containing TV centric options and settings. It is very responsive, reacting almost instantly to button presses on the remote, partly because there are no animations.

10 Ad-Free
Ads
:
No
Opt-out
:
N/A
Suggested Content in Home
:
No
Opt-out of Suggested Content
:
N/A

The TV has no ads or suggested content in its interface.

1.0 Apps and Features
App Selection
:
N/A
App Smoothness
:
N/A
Cast Capable
:
No
USB Drive Playback
:
Limited Support
USB Drive HDR Playback
:
N/A
HDR in Netflix
:
N/A
HDR in YouTube
:
N/A

The TV does not support apps. It can play photos and music from an attached USB drive, but not videos.

6.0 Remote
Size
:
Large
Voice Control
:
No
CEC Menu Control
:
Yes
Other Smart Features
:
No

The TV's remote is rather large, but unfortunately it doesn't make very effective use of that size. Its buttons aren't as wide as on similarly sized remotes, and so aren't as easy to press; and there's a lot of wasted space between the buttons, so there's fewer buttons than on comparable remotes like the large Sony remotes. Also the LG basic remotes are smaller yet have more buttons than the TCL remote, because they make more effective use of space.

0 Remote App
Acts as the Remote
:
N/A
Directly Launches Apps and Inputs
:
N/A
Inputs Text in YouTube
:
N/A
Inputs Text in Netflix
:
N/A
Streams Device Files
:
N/A
Controls TV Settings
:
N/A
Voice Control
:
N/A

This TV does not have a companion app.

TV Controls

The TV has three physical buttons that can power the TV on and off and change inputs, volume and channels.

In The Box

  • Manual
  • Batteries
  • Remote

Misc
Power Consumption : 28 W
Power Consumption (Max) : 64 W
Firmware : V8-0MS5 3P1-LF1V044

Differences between Sizes and Variants

We tested the 40" (40D100). For the most part, we expect our review to be valid for the 32" (32D100) and 49" (49D100) versions. The 32 inch (32D100) has a 720p resolution.

If someone comes across a different type of panel or if their TCL D100 doesn't correspond to our review, let us know and we will update the review.

Size Model Resolution
32" 32D100 720p
40" 40D100 1080p
49" 49D100 1080p

Compared to other TVs

Top left: TCL S305 (40S305). Bottom left: Element Fire TV (EL4KAMZ5517). Middle: TCL D100 (40D100). Top right: LG LJ5500 (43LJ5500). Bottom right: Samsung MU6300 (UN55MU6300).  Unlike our other photographs, this picture wasn't taken under a controlled environment, so do not draw conclusions from it.

The TCL D100 is a passable inexpensive TV that can suit those with basic needs for a TV quite well. It doesn't offer a load of features but it's also often much cheaper than its competition. See our recommendations for the best TVs under $300 and the best budget TVs.

TCL S Series/S305 2018
28" 32" 40" 43" 49"

The TCL 3 Series (S305) is marginally better than the TCL 1 Series (D100).  The TCL S305 runs the Roku TV smart platform whereas the TCL D100 does not have a smart feature platform. If you wish to use it as a smart TV, you need to use an external box or dongle. The TCL S305 can remove 24p judder from movies whereas the TCL D100 can display crisp text when used as a monitor.

Samsung N5300
32" 43"

The Samsung N5300 is marginally better than the TCL D100. The Samsung N5300 has a good smart platform whereas the TCL D100 is a plain TV. The Samsung also has better viewing angles due to its IPS panel, and better reflection handling which makes it a better choice if your room has many small light sources. The TCL D100 has better dark room performance due to the high contrast ratio of its VA panel, and a lower input lag to please those who play video games.

Vizio D Series 1080p 2017
24" 32" 39" 40" 43" 48" 50" 55"

If you have a room with a wide seating arrangement, the Vizio D series 1080p 2017 is a better choice as it has better viewing angles. On the other hand, the TCL D100 has much better contrast and can display a better picture quality if you sit directly in front. The Vizio is a smart TV whereas the TCL D100 does not have a smart feature platform. If you wish to use it as a smart TV, you need to use an external box or dongle. The Vizio has a lower input lag, and this is great if you play video games, whereas the TCL D100 can display crisp text when used as a monitor since it supports 4:4:4.

LG LJ5500
43" 49" 55"

The TCL D100 is a better choice if you have a dim room and will be sitting right in front. The D100 has a better contrast ratio and a better black uniformity, and thus blacks look deep, and the overall picture quality is improved. On the other hand, if you will be viewing the TV from the side, then the LG LJ5500 is a better choice due to the better viewing angles. The LG LJ5500 is a smart TV and runs LG's WebOS, whereas the TCL D100 has no smart features. To get access to smart features on the D100, you must connect it to an external device or a dongle.

Samsung M5300
32" 40" 43" 49" 50"

The Samsung M5300 is somewhat better than the TCL D100 and is more suitable for a wide room as it has an IPS Panel with better viewing angles. The TCL D100 has a VA panel and thus better contrast and better black uniformity so it can display better blacks is a dark room. The Samsung M5300 is a smart TV whereas the TCL D100 has no smart platform and you need to use an external device so that you get smart features. Finally, the Samsung M5300 has a motion interpolation feature for the fans of the soap opera effect.

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6.2 Mixed Usage
Mediocre TV for a mixed usage. 1080p TV with decent picture quality when viewed from directly in front, but degrades at an angle. Lacks features found on higher end TVs such as local dimming, and unlike most TCL TVs doesn't have a smart platform.
5.3 Movies
Poor for watching movies in a dark room. Great native contrast so blacks appear dark, but lacks local dimming to improve this further. Picture is inaccurate and doesn't support high quality 4k content.
6.7 TV Shows
Decent TV for casual viewing in a wide room. Image degrades rapidly when viewed at an angle. Won't be able to overcome reflections in a bright room, and lacks a smart interface.
7.2 Sports
Okay for watching sports. Picture quality is decent, and response time is good so only a short trail follows fast moving objects.
7.0 Video Games
Decent for gamers. Doesn't support higher 4k resolutions of new consoles, but has low input lag. Picture quality is decent and response time is good so only a short trail follows fast action.
4.3 HDR Movies
Doesn't support HDR. Can't get bright, doesn't have a wide color gamut and doesn't support 4k content.
4.2 HDR Gaming
No support for HDR gaming. Doesn't support HDR features such as wide color gamut or high peak brightness.
7.0 PC Monitor
Okay choice for PC monitor. Doesn't support resolutions higher than 1080p but picture quality is decent. Narrow viewing angle so the sides of the screen lose accuracy when viewed from up close. Feels responsive with low input lag and fairly good motion blur.

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