Nvidia BFGD monitor is 65 inches of 4K HDR gaming glory

Nvidia BFGD monitor is 65 inches of 4K HDR gaming glory

But if you play on a PC, don't be tempted by the buzzwords and shiny tech - none of the big-screen displays will deliver the excellent experience you deserve as they'll lack high refresh rates, low latency, PC-tuned HDR, and G-SYNC variable refresh rate technology.

Step up to big-screen PC gaming with the ultimate tear-free, stutter-free, 4K HDR 65-inch display. Because the streaming platform is based on Android TV, it also includes support for the Google Assistant. A few other TV manufacturers have gone with Android TV for their default interface, but this is interesting to see as a value-add for something that is primarily focused on having the right specs for optimal gaming performance.

If you are exhausted of that puny 27-inch gaming screen on your desk and you want a more immersive gaming experience on a really big screen - say 65-inches - then Nvidia has something new for you. Essentially they're giant gaming monitors with G-Sync, ideal for a high-end gaming PC.

Nvidia BFGD monitor is 65 inches of 4K HDR gaming glory

When you're not gaming, switch over to the integrated NVIDIA SHIELD, the world's most advanced streamer. G-SYNC HDR technology also supports video playback at native framerates, including popular 23.976, 24 and 25 FPS formats. Powered by NVIDIA G-SYNC™, it's a whole new way for enthusiast gamers to take on today's top titles.

With the integration of G-SYNC for ultra-smooth PC gaming, we're also able to display content as it was meant to be viewed by the director. They're also created to do the same when using Nvidia's GameStream technology too, which is a good job as the BFGDs are set to come with integrated SHIELD devices built into them. General availability is expected this summer when pricing and further specifications will be announced.

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