Throughout this week we are going to talk at length about CES, the largest consumer technology fair that is being held in Las Vegas and that during the first days, is not showing the bets of the main manufacturers in the sector of the entertainment. In recent years, NVIDIA has become a serious threat to both Intel and AMD in the graphics section, which has forced both companies to come together to launch a solution with good benefits at reasonable prices. But that is not the issue. NVIDIA has just presented a monitor at CES so that gamers can enjoy their games to the full.
NVIDIA has gotten head first into the format of monitors aimed at a very specific audience from the hand of the main monitor manufacturers on the market and offers us a screen of 65-inch 4K resolution, HDR, 120Hz refresh rate, and less than 1 millisecond latency. In addition, and if that were not enough, it is compatible with Android TV, so we will also be able to use it as a multimedia center and enjoy our favorite Netflix series, Amazon Prime Video, HBO, all the content that we have stored on our computer NAS through Plex or Kodi without any problem.
As if that were not enough, the NVIDIA monitor is compatible with Google Assistant, so that we will be able to use it comfortably through voice controls. NVIDIA has collaborated with Asus, Acer and HP to carry out this spectacular monitor, which also offers us 1.000 nits of brightness and support for the DCI-P3 color gamut. Again, and as it has unfortunately become commonplace, the NVIDIA company has not revealed the price that this monitor will have or when it will hit the market. Meanwhile, we can start thinking about where we are going to put this spectacular monitor, if we had planned to renew the one we currently have.