Gamers who are fans of multi-screen setups know the struggle of finding good monitors that don’t have crazy bezels. Even though they can be minimal, the bezels can get distracting to look at, especially when gaming. Thankfully Asus has come up with a solution at CES 2018 called the ROG Bezel-free Kit, which promises to eliminate the gaps between the screens and allow one seamless viewing area.
The best part: the kit requires no power or software to operate. It uses light refraction to create the seamless display. There is a long, rectangular lens strips which is meant to be mounted at a 130-degree where monitors meet, which pulls the screen images across the dead space to create the illusion of a single screen. According to Asus, 130-degrees is “the angle determined through extensive testing to provide the best viewing experience.” While there is no exact pricing details out yet, it is expected to come out within the first half of this year.
Outside of the ROG Bezel-free kit, the company is also displaying their Strix Flare keyboard, which features Cherry MX RGB switches. There is also Aura Sync lighting technology, which lets users customize the keyboard to sync between the rest of Asus’s products.
Furthermore, every ROG laptop from here on out will have support for Aura Sync. There is even the new ROG Aura Terminal, which is a quad-channel RGB controller that allows users to sync their lights to whatever is happening inside the game.
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