AMD's FreeSync technology is on its way to TVs, according to the company's chief gaming scientist (what a title) Richard Huddy, who later clarified he was not speaking on record for AMD.
Huddy cites the adoption of Adaptive Sync by the HDMI standard this year as paving the way for FreeSync in the living room, which is now easy for TV manufacturers to support. He expects the tech will come to all kinds of TVs, including HDTVs, Ultra HDTVs, and more starting this year.
What this means for you: smoother video playback, no longer exclusive to your monitor.
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