We are also unsure if it will make its way to our shores but if it does, its going to be one glorious screen too game on! It's called the Predator Big Format Gaming Display, or Predator BFG for short, and it's 65 inches. The huge display comes with support for 4K HDR and has a refresh rate of 120 Hz.
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.
Look for the release of Big Format Gaming Displays later this year from ACER, ASUS and HP. The result? "PC gamers can now experience their favorite titles in all the low-latency glory they deserve", says Matt Wuebbling, head of GeForce marketing at NVIDIA. That means you can stream movies and TV without need of a separate streaming box and use the included Shield controller for gaming. Interestingly, the globally renowned GPUs designer for gaming and cryptocurrency, NVIDIA has expanded its reach in the gaming display space by introducing its first 65-inch 4K HDR displays aimed at PC gamers. Very smooth and tear-free gaming is also promised thanks to the inclusion of Nvidia G-Sync. And because this is still virtually an Android TV, the unit also supports voice commands through the Google Assistant. For now, the first BFGD is currently showcased by appointment only at CES 2018 at the NVIDIA gaming suite and the ASUS ROG (Republic of Gamers) showcase room, not counting Pepcom and Showstoppers which are press-only events.
No pricing details of the upcoming display have been revealed by the company.
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. If you've ever lamented the fact that you can't get most dedicated PC monitors bigger than 30 or so inches, this is just for you.