What is ALLM? Auto Low-Latency Mode Explained

If you’re looking for the best TV, chances are you’ve fallen upon several acronyms in the process. This is likely to be below the HDMI 2.1 specification, which is VRR (Variable Refresh Rate), HFR (which is High Frame Rate, i.e. 120 Hz refresh rate at 4K resolution), plus another feature and reason for your visit. : ALM.

ALLM stands for Auto Low-Latency Mode and is part of a trio of HDMI 2.1 features (VRR, ALLM, HFR). But why is it useful? Well, if you’re a gamer looking for the best gaming TV, you’re going to want exactly such specifications and ALLM capable, which often (but not always) comes in the form of Game Mode.

What exactly does ALLM do?