Nvidia’s G-Sync has been around for awhile now, allowing displays and GPUs to communicate for a smoother gaming experience. The integrated hardware does add cost however, and that’s kept the size options somewhat limited.
Looks like that’s changing in 2019.
These massive, 65-inch monitors will also take advantage of all the modern gaming bells and whistles, including higher resolutions like 4K, refresh frates up to 120Hz, HDR, DCI-P3 color gamut, and plenty more. You’re obviously going to need a beefy GPU to make the most of these features, but if you’re spending $5,000 on one of these displays, chances are you’ll have the gear to take advantage of it.
These displays also have a built in Nvidia Shield. That means Android functionality, access to GeForce Now streaming, and Nvidia’s GameStream service, all accessible directly from the monitor itself.
Think a fully featured high-end gaming monitor…only bigger. These offerings are representative of an important step in the display market, as it’s going to allow premium, cutting-edge PC gaming experiences on a display the size of your television.
Displays are going to be a huge part of CES 2019, so stay tuned for more monitor coverage throughout the week.