LG 55UF770V compared to Optoma PD50

Can not decide which TV to have as your next TV? Today’s brief head to head comparison puts head to head the LG 55UF770V and the Optoma PD50 TVs. Would it be better if you go for the LG 55UF770V or would it be better if you buy the Optoma PD50? Lets compare their Picture Quality, Ergonomics, Efficiency and Connectivity to make the decision easier.

Picture Quality

For comparing the Picture Quality of the two TVs, we analyze their LED Placing, Refresh Frequency, Resolution, Display Type, HDR Support and Brightness.

LED Placing
Back Light
100%

80%

Refresh Frequency
100Hz
90%

80%

Resolution
3840×2160 (4K Ultra HD)
100%

80%

Display Type
LCD
92%

Plasma
92%

HDR Support
80%

false
65%

The Picture Quality of LG 55UF770V is slightly superior in comparison with that of Optoma PD50.

Ergonomics

For comparing the Ergonomics of the LG 55UF770V to that of the Optoma PD50, we review their Screen Size, Lightness and Thinness.

Screen Size
138cm
76%

80%

Lightness
18.9kg
85%

80%

Thinness
261mm
46%

80%

Bottom line, the LG 55UF770V has a slightly inferior Ergonomics in comparison with Optoma PD50.

Efficiency

For comparing the Efficiency of the two TVs, we analyze their Power Consumption and Efficiency Classification.

Power Consumption
123kWh/year
59%

80%

Efficiency Classification
A+
96%

80%

Bottom line, the LG 55UF770V has a slightly poorer Efficiency in comparison with Optoma PD50.

Connectivity

In order to compare the Connectivity of the LG 55UF770V to that of the Optoma PD50, we compare their WiFi Support, USB Ports, Smart TV and Ethernet Support.

WiFi Support
true
100%

80%

USB Ports
3?
100%

80%

Smart TV
true
100%

80%

Ethernet Support
true
100%

80%

Our conclusion is that the When we look at the Connectivity, LG 55UF770V is better in comarison with Optoma PD50.

Bottom Line

In conclusion, the LG 55UF770V is compared to the Optoma PD50 by comparing their Picture Quality, Ergonomics, Efficiency and Connectivity and we found that the LG 55UF770V has slightly superior Picture Quality, marginally inferior Ergonomics, slightly inferior Efficiency and better Connectivity when compared to the Optoma PD50

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