Nvidia originally unveiled its giant 65-inch 4K HDR gaming displays at CES last year, promising a summer launch. Summer came and went and although the displays were supposed to debut last year, the first is now arriving in February. Unsurprisingly, the displays are going to be very expensive, with HP’s priced at $4,999. HP’s Omen X Emperium display includes 4K HDR support alongside G-Sync and a 144Hz refresh rate.
The display will have Nvidia’s Shield integrated into it, so you’ll be able to access streaming apps and Google Assistant on it too and use it as more than just a giant gaming monitor. HP isn’t the only manufacturer creating these Nvidia-powered displays, or big format gaming displays (BFGDs) as Nvidia calls them. Similar ones will also be available from Acer and Asus. HP has added a matching soundbar to its display, and it includes three stereo amps with modes for both gaming and entertainment. The display itself also includes three HDMI 2.0 ports, one DisplayPort, two USB ports, and two USB ports for charging.