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Sony KD-75XH9005

WHILE THE PS4 and Xbox One consoles trailed behind TV technology when they debuted, the Xbox Series X and PS5 are running ahead of most flatscreens. Graphics features such as 4K at 120Hz, variable refresh rates and automatic low latency mode switching are unsupported by many new models, including many of Sony’s own. Oddly, the only game-friendly exception in its current TV range isn’t some high-flying, megabucks flagship, but the mid-range XH9005 series.

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