Mutant monitors are alive

Frankstein set-up combines up to six screens

CineMassive Displays

The skepticism over the CineMassive's multi-screen displays was certainly understandable. Why, for example, would any company want to sell up to six LCDs connected on a single monitor stand? We thought it was weird to graft just two screens together.

But Gizmodo, which initially smelled Photoshop, now confirms that the company's crown-jewel "MasterPlex"--a 21-inch LCD surrounded by five 17-inch screens--is indeed real. All $3,300 of it. The real mystery, of course, is why anyone would want to buy it.

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