- Nvidia is partnering with HP, Asus, and Acer to make the biggest gaming monitors to date.
- The monitors, which Nvidia is showing at the CES trade show, will have 65-inch displays and come with three key gaming features, including a fast 120-hertz screen refresh rate.
- The monitors offer a fantastic gaming experience, but they’re better suited for playing games on a couch rather than at a desk.
- It’s unclear how much they’ll cost when they hit the market later this year.
LAS VEGAS — Nvidia could have a big hit on its hands with some big new gaming monitors.
Developed in conjunction with HP, Asus, and Acer and unveiled at the CES trade show here this week, the new monitors will offer 65-inch scree ens, 4K ultra-high definition resolution with high-dynamic range (HDR), Nvidia’s Shield media player and game system built-in, and some key features designed to specifically appeal to PC gamers.
I got to check out the massive monitors at Nvidia’s booth. As a PC gamer myself, I walked away from the experience feeling like my fancy 34-inch ultrawide gaming monitor at home that I was previously so proud of was actually small, pitiful, and completely inadequate.
These monitors offer an unbelievable gaming experience
The monitors, which Nvidia dubs BFGDs for big format gaming displays, include three notable gaming features: a fast 120-hertz refresh rate that promises smooth gameplay; Nvidia’s G-Sync technology, which synchronizes the monitor’s refresh rate and that of the games you’re playing; and ultra-low latency, so that what you do on your controller, keyboard, or mouse is reflected nearly instantaneously on the screen.
The monitors’ combination of giant screens and these features makes for an impressive experience. With the smooth gameplay they offer and their incredible responsiveness, the monitors perform just like the best standard gaming displays. But their large size allows them Read More Here