It's not just TVs that are getting bigger, monitors are too, and Acer turned up to CES with a huge new monitor aimed squarely at gamers. Typically you want the largest, most immersive screen to game on, but before now, when you increase the size, you go down in tech specs, having to make compromises on the feature list.
Step up to big-screen PC gaming with the ultimate tear-free, stutter-free, 4K HDR 65-inch display.
G-SYNC variable refresh rate technology matches the screen's refresh rate to the video source's actual frame rate so video content is presented as directors originally intended it to be seen.
The integrated NVIDIA Shield means that when you aren't gaming you are able to use the Shield technology to stream TV and watch movies. Shield also turns your display into a digital personal assistant with the integration of NVIDIA's Smart Home technologies.
Nvidia has collaborated with several hardware manufacturers, including Asus, HP, and Acer, to produce the new 65-inch displays. Other specifications include a full array direct backlight as well as DCI-P3 cinema quality color gamuts.
The first company to provide me with a press release is Acer, with their monitor using the Predator branding found on many of their gaming orientated systems. As for pricing, most 4K 65-inch TVs fall into the $1,000-$1,600 range, so we shouldn't expect the Predator BFG to be any cheaper than that. Especially if they're G-Sync compatible.