This is a 65 inches big screen built for gaming. Nvidia is looking to solve that issue with what it calls big format gaming displays, or BFGDs, which it formally unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show this week.
Nvidia has created this display technology in partnership with its hardware partners - Acer, ASUS, and HP. The result? "PC gamers can now experience their favorite titles in all the low-latency glory they deserve", says Matt Wuebbling, head of GeForce marketing at NVIDIA.
While people are getting more and more interested in playing games on the big screen using a TV might not be the ideal solution. Very smooth and tear-free gaming is also promised thanks to the inclusion of Nvidia G-Sync. Shield lets you stream Amazon, HBO, Hulu, Netflix, YouTube and many other popular channels. Acer also chose to incorporate Google Assistant so that the Predator can double as voice-activated smart home 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. BFGDs are available for hands-on demos at CES at the NVIDIA gaming suite and will be available this summer for purchase.
No pricing details of the upcoming display have been revealed by the company.
The first BFGDs are on display at CES this week, but unfortunately we don't know exactly when you'll be able to get your hands on them-or, more importantly, how much they'll cost.
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