Asus, HP And Acer Introduce Nvidia Big Format Gaming Displays Of Their Own
Nvidia in partnership with ASUS RoG (Republic of Gamers) revealed a giant 65 inch 4K HDR display. The Nvidia Big Format Gaming Displays (or BFGDs) as they are being called by Nvidia will include Nvidia’s trademark ‘G-Sync’ technology and Nvidia Andriod TV ‘SHIELD’ platform built-in to the display.
The Nvidia Big Format Gaming Displays will feature a lightning fast 120 Hz refresh rate and thanks to Nvidia’s G-Sync technology, you don’t need to worry about any visible screen tearing when playing games on this monster of a display.
This push towards moving PC gaming to the living room was further stressed when Nvidia GeForce’s head of marketing Matt Wuebbling said, “PC gamers expect high performance and instant response times but until now, they have been largely limited to traditional desktop displays”. Matt Wuebbling further added that the Nvidia Big Format Gaming Displays (BFGDs) will change that and PC gamers will be able to enjoy their games like never before, all in “low-latency glory”.
Nvidia partners include HP and Acer as well and you can check out the different versions of the display below:
On the technical side of things, the new displays will feature ultra-low latency, high dynamic range, an eye-popping DCI-P3 color gamut with ‘quantum dots’, a bright 1000 nit panel with direct array backlight; helping create a sharp image. The built-in SHIELD TV will do everything the namesake set-up can, allowing you enjoy 4K HDR content through Netflix and even games through Nvidia’s GeForce NOW game streaming service straight out of the box. The display will also come with the same remote and game controller that comes standard with SHIELD TV.
The Nvidia Big Format Gaming Displays (BFGDs) are expected to release sometime this summer and although no details on pricing have been revealed as of yet, these displays won’t come cheap. What do you think of Nvidia’s latest reveal, would be willing to buy this or are you more comfortable with your current desktop setup? Let us know.