NVIDIA Intros Big Format Gaming Displays, 65″ 4K Panels With G-Sync and SHIELD Built-In

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Last night, NVIDIA announced BFGD (Big Format Gaming Displays) at CES. Should you already spend many hours at your computer desk playing games and doing all sorts of other work, prepare yourself for what NVIDIA believes you should have sitting in front of you from now on, especially if you get down on gaming often.

Upcoming BFGDs from select NVIDIA partners will feature a 65″ 4K panel, HDR support, 120Hz refresh rate, come with G-Sync technology, as well as all SHIELD technology built-in. That’s right, these massive displays will have access to all major content providers with their 4K content (Netflix, Amazon, YouTube, etc.), as well as Google Assistant and Android app support.

If you’re interested in all of the nitty gritty tech offered in a BFGD, the GeForce announcement page has everything you need to know.

NVIDIA details that HP, Acer, and ASUS will be making their own BFGD models, but each will come with the previously outlined specs. We don’t have specific timing or pricing yet, but is it safe to assume these displays will be not cheap? My guess is absolutely yes, and only the truest of true hardcore gamers are going to think about picking one of these up.

What’s your take on the BFGD?




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