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looking for monitors with no edges


maniek453

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I considered to buy 3 monitors for surround view. I do have 3D vision for last few years and Samsung SyncMaster 2233. I am not intresting of 3D any more, as i don't use at all - as if I spend too long on your pc it makes my eyes really hurt What I am looking for is a monitors with no edges or very small edges (like few milimiters). The monitor that i have got now has got just over 1cm edge if i put another one right next to first one, it will give me a thick black edge 1 inch wide. I have seen on NVIDIA web screems which are made it with lovely no edges. i can see a TV now with almost no edges but i can't find monitors like that, could you please tell me where I can find this product.

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northumbria61

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The monitor that i have got now has got just over 1cm edge

Are you not able to find another one of these or is this the 3D one you are referring to?

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marvin42

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northumbria61

He wants 2 without the 1cm edge so that there is no blank area between the screens.

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northumbria61

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marvin42 - Gotcha! must be too early in the morning for me.

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Ian in Northampton

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KRONOS the First

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Sorry but couldn't resist it. Look here.

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Ian in Northampton

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Naughty Chronus... In fairness to the OP, one needs to know that the correct term for an 'edge' is a bezel. Success with Google is usually dependent on using the correct terminology.

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KRONOS the First

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Ian in Northampton

Yes I know,but in fairness I did apologise before I posted.LOL.

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