ROG, the Asus gaming brand, has shown at CES (The International Consumer Electronics Show) 2019 a curious accessory designed for all those PC gaming players who use the computer with several monitors connected simultaneously.
Asus Just Combined Three Gaming Monitors Into One
ROG (Republic of Gamers), the Asus gaming brand, has shown at CES (The International Consumer Electronics Show) 2019 a curious accessory designed for all those PC players who use the computer with several monitors connected simultaneously.
This is what the brand has called as Bezel-Free Kit, and it is nothing more than a set of semi-transparent sheets that reflect the light in such a way that the frames that separate one monitor from the other become practically invisible during the games.
The Bezel-Free Kit is compatible with both Asus monitors and those of any other brand, and is no more than a pack of two sheets (therefore, it is geared towards users who use three monitors at the same time) solves one of the biggest drawbacks of playing with several monitors at once.
But, how annoying the frames on the screens become? Unless you have a gaming monitor with some ultra-thin frames, it will also have happened to you not to get a totally immersive experience because of that black strip that divides the image while you are playing on the PC.
There comes into play this solution offered by Asus ROG (Republic of Gamers): placing these sheets on the frames of the monitors (with the screens at an angle of 130 degrees, which according to the brand is the angle that offers the best balance between comfort and immersive experience).
Moreover, the crystal of which they are composed reflects the image in such a way that, without the need to install any program on the computer, the frames of the monitors are completely disguised.
The best way to understand the operation of this accessory is to see the image that ROG (Republic of Gamers) has published to explain the operation of this kit. Clicking on the image that we attach below you can see the difference that this panel represents in a configuration of three monitors connected to the same computer.
This product does not yet have a confirmed release date, although it is taken for granted that it will be released to the market throughout this year 2019. For the information that they have been able to access from The Verge, this accessory can also be installed on monitors that have not been manufactured by Asus.
So, what do you think about these extraordinary Bezel-Free Kit for multi-monitor computers? SImply share all your views and thoughts in the comment section below.