Additionally, Acer bundles a remote and an unspecified game controller into the box, and there's also Google Assistant support to issue voice commands to the display. But that was before big format gaming displays - or BFGDs.
While people are getting more and more interested in playing games on the big screen using a TV might not be the ideal solution.
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These BFGDs are demoing at CES 2018, if you want to visit the NVIDIA gaming suite, or the ASUS ROG showcase room, or even HP's booth. Rumours were high that Apple was set to launch the Apple TV but they have been pipped at the post by NVIDIA's announcement of its 65-inch 4K HDR "Big Format Gaming Displays" (BFGDs). These will implement Nvidia's patented G-Sync for ultra smooth gaming. SHIELD offers the possibility to stream through popular platforms like Netflix, Amazon video etc., while accepting 23.9, 24 and 48 fps playback rates. The displays will also take advantage of Nvidia's Shield as the system will be integrated into them.
No pricing details of the upcoming display have been revealed by the company.
Although we don't have word on the specific latency, compared to competitive UHD TVs on the market expect these to be more suited for gaming.
The screen will feature G-Sync so that there is no tearing and the experience is as immersive as it can get.