The NANO85 has a quite similar performance in bright and dark surroundings, but can clearly display HDRHigh Dynamic Range - image/video with more dynamic range (contrast range)
content better due to the wider color gamut and Dolby VisionDynamic HDR-format with a color depth of up to 12 Bits and Mastering of up to 10,000 Nits
IQ, even if it cannot be displayed very impressively. Unfortunately, also the Nano86 does not get very bright, which is not really helpful for HDR content, because bright highlights cannot stand out.
The biggest difference can be found in the equipment. The NANO85 has been equipped with an 120Hz display and also has an HDMI 2.1 interface with VRRVariable Refresh Rate - synchronizes the display's refresh rate with the output refresh rate of the graphics card
and ALLM. So it is perfectly prepared for the upcoming Next Gen consoles and can already use them to full capacity with [email protected]
- at least for SDRStandard Dynamic Range - image/video with a conventional gamma curve (opposite: HDR) - "normal" videos
In addition there is a HDMI eARC, which supports uncompressed Dolby Atmos via Dolby True HD.