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Tech & Science Nvidia is creating 65-inch 4K HDR gaming displays with 120Hz G-Sync

09:16  08 january  2018
09:16  08 january  2018 Source:   theverge.com

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Acer announced a 27- inch 4 K HDR monitor with G - Sync at 144 Hz last year, but the monitor still hasn’t been released. Acer never even priced that particular display , and Nvidia isn’t revealing exactly how much these giant 65 - inch gaming displays will cost.

Acer announced a 27- inch 4 K HDR monitor with G - Sync at 144 Hz last year, but the monitor still hasn’t been released. Acer never even priced that particular display , and Nvidia isn’t revealing exactly how much these giant 65 - inch gaming displays will cost.

  Nvidia is creating 65-inch 4K HDR gaming displays with 120Hz G-Sync © Provided by The Verge

Nvidia is unveiling what it calls Big Format Gaming Displays (BFGDs) at CES today. The displays are 65 inches, and PC makers like Acer, Asus, and HP will be manufacturing them as 4K HDR displays. Essentially they’re giant gaming monitors with G-Sync, perfect for a high-end gaming PC. The displays will also have Nvidia’s Shield integrated into them, so there will be plenty of streaming apps and support for the Google Assistant.

The addition of G-Sync in such a big display is a surprise, alongside support for 120Hz refresh rates with a 4K resolution. Acer announced a 27-inch 4K HDR monitor with G-Sync at 144Hz last year, but the monitor still hasn’t been released. Acer never even priced that particular display, and Nvidia isn’t revealing exactly how much these giant 65-inch gaming displays will cost. These are bound to be very expensive. Nvidia says it will have BFGDs available at CES for demo, and we’ll definitely be checking them out at the show this week.

The TVs that mattered at CES .
Smarter, sharper and bigger than ever.© Provided by Engadget It's obvious why LG's OLED tech stretched its run as Best of CES TV champ into a fourth straight year -- despite all challengers, we think this one was the most outstanding. Up and down its line of televisions, the picture quality is undeniable, thanks to its self-illuminating pixels, which provide a true black. This year, LG's upgrades focused on enhanced processing, added voice controls and, in some models, support for 120-frames-per-second video. We're still waiting to find out if these will be more affordable in 2018, but so far the premium price has been worth it.

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