Variable Frame Rate (VRR)


UHD Alliance Planning Filmmaker Mode Update

by Bob Raikes

What They Say The UHD Alliance used CES to update its Filmmaker Mode. It reported that all the members were now supporting the mode with an automatic switch (although not in all models_ except …

Tags:Aviation| UltraHD & 4K| Variable Frame Rate (VRR)

Vizio’s new M-Series LCD TV features 120Hz/240Hz for Gaming

by Bob Raikes

What They Say Vizio said that it will have an M-Series LCD TV later this year that will support 240Hz operation in 1080P resolution, although the sets will feature UltraHD panels. A range of …

Tags:Asus| LCD Panels| Variable Frame Rate (VRR)| Vizio

Links 7th January 2022

by Bob Raikes

Every week we see some articles that don’t really need comment or are just plain interesting. Here are a few from the last day or so! As you can imagine with the ‘firehose of …

Tags:Asus| Augmented Reality| Automotive| Desktop Monitors| Game Playing| Google| MiniLED| Small Pixel Pitch LED SPP| Smartphones| Testing| Variable Frame Rate (VRR)

Macroblock Talks Up Virtual Production and MiniLED

by Bob Raikes

Macroblock is always an interesting company to engage with as the firm has a dominant position in the supply of driver chips for LED direct view displays around the world. It also supplies drivers …

Tags:Display Drivers| Game Playing| HDR - High Dynamic Range| LCD Backlights| LED Drivers| MiniLED| Small Pixel Pitch LED SPP| Variable Frame Rate (VRR)| Virtual Sets

ViewSonic ELITE Launches New 32” Gaming Monitors

by Bob Raikes

What They Say ViewSonic’s new Elite 32″ IPS gaming monitors are available in three versions, the XG321UG, the XG320U and the XG320Q. The Q has QuadHD resolution and a QD film for 99% of …

Tags:Desktop Monitors| Game Playing| MiniLED| Quantum Dots| Variable Frame Rate (VRR)| ViewSonic

Redmi G 2021 Notebooks Unveiled

by Bob Raikes

What They Say Xiaomi released two new gaming notebooks under the Redmi brand. One has an Intel processor and the other has an AMD CPU and they both have Nvidia RTX graphics (RTX3050 and …

Tags:Game Playing| Notebooks| Variable Frame Rate (VRR)

AUO Unveils 85-inch 4K Gaming TV panel with 240Hz VRR

by Bob Raikes

What They Say Digitimes reported that AUO has a new 85″ gaming TV LCD panel that can support a variable refresh rate up to 240Hz. The firm said it has a new pixel design …

Tags:AUO| Game Playing| LCD displays| TVs (TV Sets)| Variable Frame Rate (VRR)

LTPO is a Hot Technology – but What Is It?

by Bob Raikes

For some time, I have been looking for a good explanation of the LTPO technology that is increasingly being used in display backplanes. I’m grateful to Ross Young for looking at this as part …

Tags:Backplanes| LTPO TFT| LTPS TFT| OLEDs| Smartphones| Variable Frame Rate (VRR)

Oculus to Update Quest 2 Apps to 120Hz

by Bob Raikes

What They Say Oculus published a blog post saying that it would roll out new v28 software for Quest headsets that would enable 120Hz support on the Quest 2 headset and allowing the use …

Tags:Oculus Rift| Variable Frame Rate (VRR)| Virtual Reality


DSCC Highlights LTPO and High Refresh in Smartphones

by Bob Raikes

What They Say In an information dense blog post, DSCC picked out some highlights from its most recent report on ‘Advanced Smartphones’. It highlights the trend to higher refresh rates, which have developed from …

Tags:Apple| LTPO TFT| Samsung| Smartphone Market| Smartphones| Variable Frame Rate (VRR)

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Apple TV: tvOS 14.5 to support both 24.000fps and 23.976fps

by Milos Pavlovic

What They Say FlatPanelsHD reports that tvOS 14.5 from Apple will support both 24.000 and 23.976 fps without frame dropping. Currently, showing movies generated at 24fps at the broadcasting frequency of 23.976 fps (a …

Tags:Apple| Software| Streaming Dongles| Variable Frame Rate (VRR)