Let us know what you think about the 65-inch Nvidia gaming display and whether or not you are interested in getting one. With the rise of 4K UHD displays in the past year, and a wide range of displays now on the market - some of which not exactly ideal for gaming - this is great news. Using the remote, controller, or Google Assistant voice commands BFGD owners can access all the apps available on the Nvidia Shield from games like Crossy Road to media servers like Plex to streaming TV services like Netflix. 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. Its 65-inch 4K screen can run at 120Hz and uses G-Sync technology to offer butter smooth gaming.
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Additionally, Nvidia's streaming tech, Shield, is built right into the display without the need for a separate unit.
What makes Big Format Gaming Displays even more interesting is the fact that Nvidia has equipped them with Shield TV as well.
Nvidia has created this display technology in partnership with its hardware partners - Acer, ASUS, and HP. If anything, the inclusion of G-Sync and Shield components will take the price higher. Acer hasn't indicated the release date for the Predator BFGD nor its pricing, but the supersized display is likely to carry a premium price tag.