Look for the release of Big Format Gaming Displays later this year from ACER, ASUS and HP. It's the year's biggest tech showcase, where the world's best and brightest come to show their new products and concepts, which they hope you'll add to your home. "BFGDs change that. With NVIDIA's latest technology built into these new displays, PC gamers can now experience their favorite titles in all the low-latency glory they deserve".
Created in conjunction with NVIDIA hardware partners Acer, ASUS and HP, BFGDs integrate a high-end 65-inch, 4K 120Hz HDR display with NVIDIA® G-SYNC® technology together with NVIDIA SHIELDTM, the world's most advanced streaming device.
If you are exhausted of that puny 27-inch gaming screen on your desk and you want a more immersive gaming experience on a really big screen - say 65-inches - then Nvidia has something new for you.
This effectively would make BFGDs the one of the biggest displays you can hook your PC gaming rig to. The display panel itself features a full-array 1000 nit backlight, with DCI-P3 color gamut to help improve visuals. If you're looking for a living room upgrade to last the next decade, these could well be the best option.
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Ever wondered why high-performance, low-latency gaming monitors can't be huge? G-SYNC technology brings the ultra-low latency found in G-SYNC desktop gaming monitors to the BFGD when gaming directly on the PC, AndroidTM, another console or using NVIDIA GameStreamTM technology from a desktop or laptop gaming PC.
Nvidia didn't reveal pricing or availability, though it's reasonable to assume pricing at least will be quite a bit higher than standard 65-inch 4K displays. There's a bundled Nvidia Shield remote and controller as well as support for Google Assistant.
With the integration of G-SYNC for ultra-smooth PC gaming, we're also able to display content as it was meant to be viewed by the director.
By using G-SYNC's variable refresh rate technology, and a true 120Hz panel, BFGDs can be set to a genuine 24 Hz, perfectly matching the framerate of the source material, giving you a cinema-quality experience when watching at home.