Database Updates

Vizio ‘M’, JVC, Hitachi, Samsung, LG tested for Input Lag

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It has been a while since our latest database update, but we managed to get several new screens tested for input lag, particularly of interest the 2013 Vizio ‘M’ series. Vizio is a popular brand among buyers nowadays, and surprisingly Vizio does have some winners in this batch! Be sure to check out the input lag database to see how these displays stack up to the competition.


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(42″) Hitachi LE42S606 LED HDTV
(32″) JVC LT-32DE73 LED HDTV
(50″) LG 50LA6970 3D LED HDTV
(40″) Samsung UN40F5500 LED HDTV
(43″) Samsung PN43F4550 Plasma HDTV
(46″) Samsung UN46F5500 LED HDTV
(50″) Samsung UN50F5500 LED HDTV
(51″) Samsung PN51F4550 Plasma HDTV
(65″) Samsung UN65F7050 3D LED HDTV
(32″) Vizio M321i-A2 LED HDTV
(40″) Vizio M401i-A3 LED HDTV
(47″) Vizio M471i-A2 LED HDTV
(55″) Vizio Vizio M551d-A2 3D LED HDTV
(80″) Vizio M801d-A3 3D LED HDTV

All of these displays can be found in the input lag database.

About the author

Adeel Soomro

Adeel Soomro, also known as "Four Wude", has been professionally competing in fighting games since 2008. Using his extensive gaming experience on a casual and professional level, he aims to spread the awareness of input lag existing in today's displays. Having tested over 500 displays for input lag, he hopes that DisplayLag will aid gamers around the world when purchasing the best HDTV or monitor for gaming.