Nvidia has teamed up with Acer, Asus and HP to create big format gaming displays, or as Nvidia likes to call it — BFGDs. These BFGDs will bring PC gaming to the large screen with its 65-inch display, 4K and HDR support along with 1000 nit peak brightness and DCI-P3 colour profile. However, the most important inclusion is the support for 120Hz refresh rate with Nvidia G-Sync that promises tear-free, smooth gaming experience, generally not experienced on a conventional TV set.
Additionally, the BFGD also integrates Nvidia Shield and also bundles a Shield remote and game controller, allowing users to enjoy Android games, entertainment apps and Google Assistant.
There’s no info on the price but the partner companies will showcase the displays at CES this week.