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Philips to launch OLED TVs with NVIDIA GeForce NOW and G-Sync support

Philips to launch OLED TVs with NVIDIA GeForce NOW and G-Sync support
Philips to launch OLED TVs with NVIDIA GeForce NOW and G-Sync support

At Computex 2022, NVIDIA announced its continued collaboration with Philips on TVs. The company said that the latest Philips OLED TVs are compatible with NVIDIA G-Sync technology and support the NVIDIA GeForce NOW platform, which allows you to stream games from the cloud.

Image Source: Philips

Image Source: Philips

In 2021, Philips and NVIDIA jointly launched some of the world’s first G-Sync compatible TVs with HDMI 2.1 support. Now the brands continue to cooperate.

“ GeForce NOW instantly transforms virtually any device into the gaming PC you’ve always dreamed of. Run the most demanding PC games from any device ,” states the NVIDIA website. The latest Philips OLED807 and OLED707 TVs support GeForce NOW.

The Philips OLED807 and OLED707 TV families are available in 48″, 55″, 65″ and 77″ display sizes. They have a resolution of 4K and a frequency of 120 Hz. Ambilight proprietary backlight technology has been implemented, which enhances the experience during games.

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