Full compatibility with new generation consoles like the Sony PS5 and Xbox Series X will be an absolute must for the new televisions we see at CES 2021.
Seeing as US telly-maker Vizio isn’t going to announce any sets this year’s show, it’s setting about upgrading last year’s models with a new gaming-centric firmware update. That includes the OLED models announced at last year’s event, as well as the high-end P-Series Quantum X and Quantum tellies launched last June (via The Verge).
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