"NVIDIA BFGD 65" Monitor 4K, 120Hz, HDR and G-Sync | CES2018

Introducing Big Format Gaming Displays the best way to experience PC games on a big-screen display

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This is something big all gamers must be waiting for.

The Nvidia BFGD features everything you'd expect from a 2018 gaming monitor including G-Sync, native 120Hz refresh rate, low latency, true HDR, variable frame rate, and 4K resolution.

At a desk, it's unlikely you'd be able to view the entirety of this monitor without a lot of head movement. The popularity of the Big-Format-Gaming-Display is yet to be determined, and pricing and availability are unknown at present. G-SYNC HDR technology also supports video playback at native framerates, including popular 23.976, 24 and 25 FPS formats. Other specifications include a full array direct backlight as well as DCI-P3 cinema quality color gamuts. 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. We'll know more when ASUS, Acer, and HP make their individual announcements.

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Nothing is more important to gamers than responsive gameplay.

Even though a remote and Shield controller are included, you don't actually need them to interact with the display. And because this is still virtually an Android TV, the unit also supports voice commands through the Google Assistant. A new big gaming displays are about to appear on the market. The displays are packed with embedded technology including NVIDIA's G-SYNC technology, which eliminates screen tearing and built-in Shield functionality. We're excited. Expect more news as it drops, with the first batch of BFGDs expected to launch sometime mid-2018.

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