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Samsung QLED TV and Xbox One X – a match made in gaming heaven


This post has been sponsored by Samsung

We normally write about one product at a time but obviously some are meant to work together like a gaming console with a 4K TV. In this case a match made in heaven is the Samsung QLED and the new Xbox One X.

Not having the right pairing with your technology can really affect the entire experience.

It would be like spending big money on a Ferrari and buying the cheapest tyres you can find. It’s really going to affect the performance.

Like pairing the right wine with the right meal – the combination can make all the difference.

By bringing two products together like the Samsung QLED TV and the Xbox One X – you will soon discover they were made for each other.

For a start, the Xbox One X is capable of playing 4K HDR (high dynamic range) games and the Samsung QLED TV has the 4K resolution and HDR to make games like FIFA and Forza look brighter and better than ever before.

The Samsung QLED TV uses a new metal Quantum Dot material which makes it possible for the TV to express an improved range of colour and peak brightness.


Samsung’s QLED TVs actually have a dedicated Game Mode which reduces input lag but without a drop in the already impressive brightness of up to 2000 nits.

This level of brightness helps bring out the best from HDR technology so you can enjoy a higher range of colour and greater detail than a conventional TV.

And with this type of quality you can lose yourself in the amazing worlds built for true 4K gaming on the Xbox One X.


The Xbox One X is the most powerful console in the world with 40 per cent more power than any other console on the market.

Under the hood is 12GB of graphic memory as well as a 6 Teraflop GPU which is the key to making 4K environments look lifelike and stunning.

Games you can play in 4K include Forza Motorsports 7, Crackdown 3, State of Decay 2, Sea of Thieves and Super Lucky’s Tail.

And thanks to the Samsung QLED onboard HDR, the brilliant graphic detail from the Xbox One X games like light, shadow and reflections can truly be appreciated.


The Samsung QLED TV can easily be linked to the Xbox One X. When they are connected with a HDMI cable, the Samsung TV automatically recognises the console.

Users can then add the console to the Smart Hub menu system for even easier and faster access when the mood takes you to play a game.

You’ve also got more options on where to place your Xbox One X thanks to Samsung’s One Connect Box and Clear Cable Connection.

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So the Samsung TV’s sleek design is not going to be ruined by a mess of cables.

The Samsung QLED and the new Xbox One X are meant for each other and combine to produce a truly stunning and memorable experience.

Samsung QLED TVs start at $2,499 and the Xbox One X is priced at $649.

This post has been sponsored by Samsung