Originally Posted by answ3r
The dealer for my company has one set up, the only good thing I really can say about it is that the color is great
That's most likely because being a monitor it is purely 60hz. Samsung's 1080p OLED HDTV has been noted to have excellent motion clarity when such functionality is enabled AND it can be set to not do motion interpolation. This implies that it is doing some-sort of CRT-like pixel-pulsing. However I've no idea if it'll even accept a 120hz source, and obviously said model is only 1080p, not to mention it apparently has over 50ms of input lag.
It's a freakng OLED, how much post-processing does it need?
Anyway, the question isn't so much motion clarity vs image beauty, it's a case of there being three variables, and, at least currently, you can only have 2 at a time:
-relatively low priceEdited by Nintendo Maniac 64 - 9/22/13 at 11:53am