Nvidia unveils 65-inch 4K gaming monitors

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Nvidia unveils 65-inch 4K gaming monitors

Big Format Gaming Displays (BFGDs) are aimed at gamers who want a seriously good look at the action, and Nvidia just unveiled its very first BFGD at CES 2018 in Las Vegas.

The 65-inch Nvidia gaming display should be a killing blow to any gaming TVs out there but having that said you must know that the price of this display is going to be pretty high. The displays are packed with embedded technology including NVIDIA's G-SYNC technology, which eliminates screen tearing and built-in Shield functionality. Though mostly known for its game streaming service, the Shield also supports your expected video streaming services like Netflix, Amazon, native Kodi support, and a lot more. BFGDs also supports company's remote and gaming controller.

NVIDIA says it has been working for two years with panel producer AU Optronics to develop the technology behind the displays. This allows you to use your voice to ask Shield to play music, order shopping, or ask Google. These lightning-fast response times are married with 1000 nit peak brightness, full array direct backlights, Quantum Dot Enhancement Films, and DCI-P3 cinema-quality color gamuts, which should add up to one hell of an awesome gaming experience.

Nvidia has created this display technology in partnership with its hardware partners - Acer, ASUS, and HP. But we're certain they'll be very expensive. If you're interested in the best and biggest displays for your home gaming setup, these are monitors worth keeping an eye out for.

Hilariously named the Nvidia BFGD, this Big Format Gaming Display clearly derives its name from the classic DOOM weapon, noting its ability to act as both your main TV and your PC monitor. The combination delivers a buttery-smooth gaming experience and your favorite mediastreaming applications - all on a giant screen.

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