The graphics specialist Nvidia has recently been oriented in other areas than graphics cards. Currently, it probably made the biggest step and quite literally: Because Nvidia has introduced its new Big Format Gaming Displays (BFGDs). And they are huge at 65 inches.

Big Format Gaming Displays

The Consumer Electronics Show ( CES ) is taking place this week in Las Vegas, and the first electronics show is also the most important for many industry insiders. Many manufacturers are showing off their 2018 products, sometimes venturing into areas they’ve never served before. The semiconductor manufacturer Nvidia is a good example because the Californians presented at the CES their 65-inch 4K monitor (or are there several).

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The series of monitors, abbreviated to BFGD, also plays all pieces, and in the truest sense of the word. Because Nvidia focuses mainly on gaming and gives its big format gaming displays all conceivable technologies that go in this direction. G-Sync is one of them, and Nvidia technology wants to prevent tearing in particular.

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As mentioned, the 65 incher has 4K resolution, of course, also High Dynamic Range (HDR) is supported, the refresh rate is 120 Hz. All this should allow a particularly low latency in gaming, which affects console, Android, and PC games. The maximum brightness is 1000 nit, the color space is specified with DCI-P3.

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Nvidia works with Acer, Asus, and HP on the Big Format Gaming Displays. All variants have integrated the shield technology, which also applies to the use case TV. Because owners can also access traditional forms of entertainment, such as Android TV. The device is then also operated via the Google Assistant. Nvidia did not comment on the price, this information should be replenished in time for the start of availability in the summer, it is expected that the devices will be in the clear four-digit range.

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