Equipped with an IPSIn-Plane Switching, type of LCD Panel
panel, the NANO90 shows a similarly good performance as the X900H Bravia. However, it has a wide viewing angle, which makes it much more flexible in use. It also allows several people to play simultaneously on the NANO90, which is not really possible on the X900H due to fading colors. Therefore, playing the new FIFA with your friends on the PS5 or Xbox Series X is probably a better and fairer experience on the NANO90.
Both TVs have everything you need for gaming. The motion handling of the X900H is slightly superior, but otherwise both TVs have a similarly good gaming performance. HDMI 2.1
is available which also includes an Auto Low Latency Mode and a Variable Refresh RateVariable Refresh Rate - synchronizes the display's refresh rate with the output refresh rate of the graphics card