While having a huge, 55-inch HDTV may be ideal for a gamer, there are less expensive options, such as the 5 best small TVs for gaming. Even if cost is not an issue, size may be when you have a limited amount of space. Smaller TVs also have other advantages besides cost, such as lower electricity consumption, being transportable and having reduced glare. Small TVs can be just as appealing as their larger counterparts.
- Sharp LC-19SB27UT 19" Widescreen 720p LCD HDTV. At around $166, this Sharp small TV for gaming features a high performance, high brightness and high contrast screen. Also featuring a 16:9 aspect ratio, HDMI input and a PC input, this HDTV is perfect for gamers with multiple gaming platforms.
- ViewSonic N1930W 19" Widescreen LCD HDTV. Known more for making excellent computer monitors, ViewSonic has also made this high-performance small TV for gaming. Featuring an HDTV widescreen, dynamic contrast ratio of 4,000:1, and two HDMI inputs that are compatible for gaming controllers, this HDTV is an excellent choice for a gamer.
Samsung LN19B360 19" Widescreen 720p LCD HDTV. With a fast 8ms response time, this Samsung HDTV will be great for high-detail games. A 15,000:1 contrast ratio makes those sneaky snipers more visible in a dark room, and you can rest assured that you are doing your part for the environment because this small TV for gaming is Energy Star compliant.
Vizio VA26L – 26" Widescreen 720p LCD HDTV. Following a long line of highly-recommended Vizio HDTVs, this 26-inch widescreen small TV for gaming is an excellent choice for a gamer with its 1081i upconverting feature. With eight input options ranging from S-Video to HDMI inputs, this Vizio option can satisfy the needs of a gamer.
- LG M237WD-PM 23" LCD TV. At 23 inches, this LG TV is small enough to fit in tight spaces but still packs features that would make gaming pleasurable. Featuring a 5ms response time and two HDMI inputs as well as 1080p resolution, this small TV for gaming is a high-end option, costing an affordable $300.
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