Details about the HDR capabilities of the displays are slim at the moment, but Nvidia confirmed the big monitors will be using direct-array backlighting, with 1,000 nits of peak luminance and DCI-p3 colour gamut. The popularity of the Big-Format-Gaming-Display is yet to be determined, and pricing and availability are unknown at present. The new BFGDs bring a home cinema type quality to a home gaming setup.
With support for the Google Assistant, the entire experience can be controlled simply by using your voice.
The idea here is to take large screen displays up to 65-inches with a 4K resolution, a 120Hz refresh rate, and HDR support - specs you'd find on some of the top-tier TVs available right now - and make them more suitable for gaming. If all that wasn't enough, this display is also capable of running Nvidia's streaming service, GeForce NOW and GameStream. Well, Nvidia has already introduced us to their discoveries, and among that is the Shield built-in and G-Sync supportive screens, who among the other, will support a tear and stutter-free gaming. Which makes for an incredible gaming experience. You can simply switch over to the Android TV interface to enjoy watching some YouTube, Netflix, or Amazon, or whatever your favorite streaming is to chill and reflect on how well you played. But we're certain they'll be very expensive.
"Throw in some Andoid-based Nvidia SHIELD tech, a large 65" display and models now expected from the likes of Acer, ASUS and HP, and colour us - interested. This includes G-Sync, which, like AMD's FreeSync, aims to eliminate screen tearing.