Subject: Displays | May 11, 2012 - 01:18 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: DIY, Alienware OptX AW2310, mod
When EyeFinity and NVIDIA Surround first hit the market we were promised LCDs specifically designed to have tiny bezels so that your multiple monitor gaming experience would be enhanced. These monitors are still few and far between and even if you track one down their scarcity guarantees a high price. That is probably what prompted Tweaktown to pick up scraper and hacksaw and carve up their Alienware displays' bezels. This is of course something to be done with the full knowledge that you may well destroy your monitor but if you want gaming like in the picture below you might have to risk it.
"A step-by-step guide on how to de-bezel an Alienware AW2310 monitor and how they look in a three screen portrait setup."
Here are some more Display articles from around the web:
- Samsung TA950 HDTV 3D Monitor Review @ HardwareLOOK
- NEC PA271W - When Accuracy and Consistency Matter @ AnandTech
- Dell UltrasSharp U2412M Review @ TechReviewSource
- Samsung UN55ES8000 LED HDTV Hands On Preview @ Hardware Canucks