NVIDIA unveils 65 inches HDR gaming monitors with 120Hz GSync tech


The screen will feature G-Sync so that there is no tearing and the experience is as immersive as it can get.

Which Nvidia are calling Big Format Gaming Displays or BFGDs. Interestingly, the globally renowned GPUs designer for gaming and cryptocurrency, NVIDIA has expanded its reach in the gaming display space by introducing its first 65-inch 4K HDR displays aimed at PC gamers.

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With SHIELD, Nvidia has made streaming easy and fast, they keep on making it better with every update. Having said that, NVIDIA's first BFGD solution doesn't seem like just another Android TV featuring a large panel, as it also comes with incorporated SHIELD capabilities, giving users the option of streaming SHIELD content directly onto their TVs without requiring an external box or tablet for the service. Shield lets you stream Amazon, HBO, Hulu, Netflix, YouTube and many other popular channels. BFGDs also supports company's remote and gaming controller. A full-array direct backlight delivers up to 1,000 nits peak luminance, and local dimming provides higher contrast, deeper blacks and brighter whites. The entire experience can be controlled by voice, thanks to support for Google Assistant, which also allows smart home control. Well, this is where the built-in SHIELD comes in. We'll bring you more details when they come out.

"Throw in some Andoid-based Nvidia SHIELD tech, a large 65" display and models now expected from the likes of Acer, ASUS and HP, and colour us - interested. As there's nothing really novel inside this gaming monitor I doubt we'll be waiting long before it appears for sale. The popularity of the Big-Format-Gaming-Display is yet to be determined, and pricing and availability are unknown at present. NVIDIA says that the screens will likely hit the stores in the summer.