The screen will feature G-Sync so that there is no tearing and the experience is as immersive as it can get. NVIDIA is going to unveil its big gaming display by partnering with Acer, Asus, and HP at CES 2018.
Hilariously named the Nvidia BFGD, this Big Format Gaming Display clearly derives its name from the classic DOOM weapon, noting its ability to act as both your main TV and your PC monitor.
In terms of HDR compatibility, the new monitor is equipped with full-array backlight LEDs that can output up to 1,000 nits of luminance and manage basic local dimming algorithms. SHIELD offers the possibility to stream through popular platforms like Netflix, Amazon video etc., while accepting 23.9, 24 and 48 fps playback rates. 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. Shield also turns your display into a digital personal assistant with the integration of NVIDIA's Smart Home technologies. Well, this is where the built-in SHIELD comes in.
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At the heart of BFGDs is the latest G-SYNC HDR technology that synchronizes the display's 120Hz refresh rate to that of the game at every moment in time.
It looks as though several monitor manufacturers will build and sell the BFGD models, including Acer and HP.
NVIDIA did not reveal when we can expect these monitors to hit the market, however, our guess is that they'll be coming somewhere in 2018. "And when you finally stop playing PC games for the day you'll receive a fantastic experience playing NVIDIA SHIELD games, streaming content, using Plex and Kodi, watching movies and TV shows, playing on consoles, and watching live-streamed TV". NVIDIA says that the screens will likely hit the stores in the summer.