ASUS ROG Announces a Bezel-Free Kit That Makes Monitor Edges Disappear

No software required.

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Sub-brand ASUS ROG (Republic of Gamers) has announced a three-monitor gaming setup that utilizes lenses and light refraction to make the bezels and outer edges disappear. The company’s bezel-free kit uses vertical lenses and mounts that attach monitors at 130-degree angles, which blends the screens together and curves them into appearing as one big display. Since this is an optical process, there is no software required for it.

According to a quote from a spokesperson on The Verge, the kit “will work with a wide variety of ‘thin’ bezel designs, but you do want the monitors to be the same size for the best possible display output.”

Although a release date or price has yet to be revealed, the company ensures consumers that the product kit roll out this year.

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