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Author Topic: Philips and Alienware 55-inch monitors render Nvidia’s AWOL BFGDs irrelevant  (Read 46 times)

[TiG]Betty

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Philips and Alienware 55-inch monitors render Nvidia’s AWOL BFGDs irrelevant



Philips and Alienware are going head-to-head with big format gaming displays that actually will see the light of day. Those BFGDs touted by Nvidia et al have still yet to be released, but a pair of 55-inch gaming monitors from Alienware and Philips will hit the streets in September and Q1 of 2020 respectively making us question why anyone would wait for a BFGD. And yeah, if you thought a 30-inch PC monitor was overkill you ain’t seen nothing yet…
The Alienware screen is an achingly beautiful OLED display, and must surely rank as the best-looking gaming monitor ever released, both in terms of its overall aesthetic and its visual fidelity. The Philips screen can’t boast the same incredible OLED imagery but the fact that it’s sporting a dedicated Bowers and Wilkins sound bar dangling below the panel should at least make it the best-sounding monitor around.
And it will be considerably cheaper than the glorious Alienware big boy; the 55-inch OLED will be £3,200 when it launches later this year, while Philips is reportedly touting a price tag around half that for its own large-scale beauty.
             
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