Gurm I know dude, it's really tough right now.
It's slowly encroaching in all areas of life as you mentioned, Video Games, Cell Phones, PC's, Televisions, Household lighting...
I'm using a 2010 machine which i'm sure will bite the dust in the next 18-months and have stockpiled a few spares from eBay, but it's incredibly slow and frustrating I can't just buy a killer rig and enjoy technology again.
Gaming: I've had most of the home consoles since the early 90's and haven't had any issues until ~late PS3 and above. I've also had the Nintendo handhelds, DS-lite circa 2006? Perfectly fine... the Switch over a decade later... headache inducing and had to be returned.
Cellphones: Avid iPhone user since 2010 and after iPhone 5 issues ranged from mild to >iOS11 severe, convinced iOS is now using harsh dithering or something similar.
PC's: I can't use Apple products, period. Until a temporal dithering fix is found fingers-crossed it will be the magic bullet that makes it usable. I can't move forward in my creative pursuits as everybody uses Mac in that industry (Logic X, for example).
Unfortunately due to the effects caused by these devices, I almost get pangs of fear when trying a new device, the uncertainty if you're going to be OK in 30 minutes. It is not normal for this to happen and we the consumer should not tolerate this.
In the last 4 years I have ordered and returned almost a dozen computers, ranging from 2009 to present day. With an exception to the older machines, every single one was intolerable. I've lost money having to return and re-sell this equipment.
If I can't find a modern PC to use even in a casual home environment, why should I believe it will be any different in the modern workplace?
The one silver lining is thanks to AHK we know there are legit dithering-disable tools for OSX and Windows - but they're not out in the wild yet.