PC gaming monitors offer a range of features that you just can't find in a TV set, which is problematic if you want those options and a larger-sized display. "And when you finally stop playing PC games for the day you'll receive a fantastic experience playing NVIDIA SHIELD games, streaming content, using Plex and Kodi, watching movies and TV shows, playing on consoles, and watching live-streamed TV". The new displays are specially targetting the gamers with low latency rate. These lightning-fast response times are married with 1000 nit peak brightness, full array direct backlights, Quantum Dot Enhancement Films, and DCI-P3 cinema-quality color gamuts, which should add up to one hell of an awesome gaming experience. Which makes for an fantastic gaming experience. You can stream via your favorite apps like Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Youtube, and Hulu.
The 65-inch Nvidia gaming display should be a killing blow to any gaming TVs out there but having that said you must know that the price of this display is going to be pretty high. If all that wasn't enough, this display is also capable of running Nvidia's streaming service, GeForce NOW and GameStream. Asus has already unveiled its own ROG SWIFT PG65 BFGD "monitor", HP has the Omen X 65 BFGD and Acer announced the 65-inch Predator BFGD, all of which are lined up for launch later this year. The pricing and more details of the device will be revealed later. This includes G-Sync, which, like AMD's FreeSync, aims to eliminate screen tearing.
What makes Big Format Gaming Displays even more interesting is the fact that Nvidia has equipped them with Shield TV as well.