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Multi monitor bevel hider.

moocow

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After reading the only 2 reviews on Amazon and the product description. I don't think this thing is worth the money.

From Asus website:
New universal design that compatible with Flat monitors under 27 inches with a four-sided frameless or slim-bezel design
From Amazon:
Recommended models: VG245H, VG245HE, VG248QG, VG258Q, VG258QR, VG259Q, VG259QM, VG278Q, VG278QR, VG279Q, VG279QM, VG27AQ, VG27BQ, MG248QR, PG248Q, PG258Q, PG278QR, PG279Q, PG279QZ and PG27AQ
So you have to start out with a frameless or slim bezel monitor and it could be restricted to only a dozen models. If you're starting from a frameless, is there really a problem to start with?
 

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Even "frameless" monitors have a border still. So the use case is pretty small for this, but I think it's an interesting optical illusion they're using.

Should just be bundled with their ROG monitors going forwards though, does seem a tad expensive.
 

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I just thought it interesting considering the amount of people who've post d about it over the years.
 

Izerous

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I remember hating the bezels on my past triple setup. I could have seen myself experimenting with something like this. But things like the alienware triple DLP monitor also existed at the time and had no bezel and a barely visible seam. This already feels like thinking outside the typical box that most people seem to be locked into.
 

moocow

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I just thought it interesting considering the amount of people who've post d about it over the years.
Nothing wrong with that. I post a few tidbits here and there myself. It's a tech forum, we post tech stuff and discuss tech stuff. Just turns out this particular item is interesting but it appears to be have a limited use case (possible compatibility issue) and we need a proper review to determine if it's worth while to play with.
 

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