"What do you get when you combine all of the latest must-have display technologies into one huge 65" monitor? But that was before big format gaming displays - or BFGDs.
With support for the Google Assistant, the entire experience can be controlled simply by using your voice. It also offers two of Nvidia's other proprietary technologies. The display is also ready for HDR content, as it has a full direct-array backlight that's capable of delivering 1,000 cd/m² peak brightness, with local dimming functionality. Imagine a high-end 65-inch 4K resolution HDR display able to give you visuals at 120Hz refresh rate (that's double the normal frequency) - that has an NVIDIA SHIELD integrated with it. Unsurprisingly, it sounds nearly identical to Nvidia's, with the same 4K resolution, HDR10 support, a 120Hz refresh rate, G-Sync support and integrated Nvidia Shield technology. 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. At CES 2018, Acer is taking the wraps off the Predator BFGD, its take on Nvidia's display concept. If you're into streamin, there's also Plex and Kodi support and for those looking for some more casual gaming, its also possible to run some Android games and exclusive conversions of classic titles, such as Metal Gear Solid 2 and 3.
Nvidia has collaborated with several hardware manufacturers, including Asus, HP, and Acer, to produce the new 65-inch displays. The super impressive screens are wowing audiences at CES 2018 but like most big announcements, more information about the specs and pricing are yet to be announced. No more tearing and splitting screens during your awesome 4K gaming.