Asus ROG kit uses stealth to disguise annoying bezels at CES

At CES 2018, Asus debuted a kit that uses stealth to disguise those unsightly bezel seams in a multimonitor array.

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Three 27-inch monitors offer a broader field of view than a single 34-inch curved one, and while you soon learn to tune out the vertical black seams in the multiple-monitor setup, wouldn't it be cooler to not suffer them at all? 


Asus thinks so. At CES 2018, the company debuted a kit that you attach on the screens' seams, which uses lenses to refract the content on the screen edges at a 130-degree angle -- essentially using a sort of stealth technology to hide them.

We don't know how much Asus will be charging for the ROG Bezel-free kit, but it's slated to arrive in the first half of 2018. I'm looking forward to seeing how effective it really is.

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