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ASUS brings its ROG Bezel-Free kit to market, promising a better multi-screen gaming experience

Turn your triple monitor setup into a single mega-wide screen.

ASUS brings its ROG Bezel-Free kit to market, promising a better multi-screen gaming experience

ASUS brings its ROG Bezel-Free kit to market, promising gamers a better multi-screen experience 

Back at CES 2018, ASUS showcased a ROG product which promised to deliver gamers a bezel-free gaming experience, turning their existing triple scree setups into what looks like a single, mega-wide monitor. Now, ASUS has brought this idea to market with their ROG Bezel-Free Kit ABF01.

ASUS' ROG Bezel-Free Gaming kit is designed to sit between compatible monitors, which are "under 27 inches with a four-sided frameless or slim-bezel design", and refract light using "optical micro-structures" to remove the visibility of bezels and create what looks like a single, continuous screen. 

This kit is designed specifically for those who enjoy simulator games, shooters or other experiences that benefit from a multi-monitor setup. The only downsides of this solution are that users will need to align their monitors perfectly and that these refraction kits are not ideal for non-gaming purposes like office work or web browsing. 

 

At this time, ASUS has not confirmed when we should expect its ROG Bezel-free kit to become available at retailers, or what price these kits will ship for, regardless, some gamers may see this kit as a must-have upgrade for their multi-monitor setup, especially those who enjoy racing titles. 

ASUS brings its ROG Bezel-Free kit to market, promising a better multi-screen gaming experience

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18-01-2020, 10:21:50

Dawelio
The idea is nice. but the execution of it would hurt my OCD so badly. Seeing the black clips on top and under the monitors. Not to mention seeing the reflective panel sticking out as well.Quote

18-01-2020, 15:14:34

dryii
If they haven't set a date for release or a price, then the product has not been brought "to market" as the title and article claims.Quote

18-01-2020, 17:14:23

AlienALX
That looks absolutely hideous.Quote

18-01-2020, 17:22:56

Avet
If you need and want that much screen estate then buy a big display. There are a few of them around. It would probably be less expensive and look much better than 3 separate screens connected with scaffolding.Quote

18-01-2020, 18:04:59

Dark NighT
Quote:
Originally Posted by Avet View Post
If you need and want that much screen estate then buy a big display. There are a few of them around. It would probably be less expensive and look much better than 3 separate screens connected with scaffolding.

I lolled xD


But yeah nowadays i would totally recommend a super wide single screen if someone wants that much screen space.Quote
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