Nvidia is bringing gargantuan 65-inch displays to gamers

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The 65-inch Predator Big Format Gaming Display is made to play content in 4K with HDR.

Nvidia has unveiled a new "technology" called Big Format Gaming Displays (BFGDs) during its CES 2018 presentation earlier today.

The display, come with Nvidia G-Sync enabled and Nvidia Shield built in so you can stream all your favourite movies and series without an external device.

The monitors boast 120Hz refresh rates, nVidia's G-Sync variable refresh technology and integrated, Android TV-based Shield TV functionality, which essentially turns them into voice-controlled Smart TVs (although, being monitors, they don't contain TV tuners).

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Step up to big-screen PC gaming with the ultimate tear-free, stutter-free, 4K HDR 65-inch display.

BFGDs will also sport full direct-array backlights, 1,000-nit peak luminance, and a DCI-P3 color gamut. This device, has typically been available as a separate box, but is now just an app that lets you access 4K HDR video from IPTV apps like Amazon, HBO, Hulu, Netflix, YouTube as well as many other key channels. Oh, and there's Google Assistant support, too! This matches the screen's refresh rate to the video source's actual frame rate, eliminating interpolation and presenting the video content as it was meant to be viewed by the director.

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