The End of Bezels As We Know It

The product fades bezels and creates a better viewing experience. Thin lenses are placed along the seams where screens meet; they contain optical micro-structures that refract light, bending it inward to hide the bezels underneath.

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The product fades bezels and creates a better viewing experience. Thin lenses are placed along the seams where screens meet; they contain optical micro-structures that refract light, bending it inward to hide the bezels underneath.

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The lenses are made from a transparent thermoplastic that’s much more durable than glass. This material lets 90% of the light from the monitors shine through, making a more fluid multi-monitor experience.

In an effort to make the product ASUS exclusive, they have made custom clips and allow no extension for the small variation between monitor heights. Despite their best efforts, I expect we will see many knock offs of this brilliant concept.

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New Super Mario Odyssey Trailer Shows New Details

Embark on a cap-tivating, globetrotting adventure in the Super Mario Odyssey game, coming exclusively to Nintendo Switch on October 27th! In this video, we recap details about Mario’s latest adventure, introduce Assist Mode, and share more information about two-player co-op gameplay.

Asus launches a 27-inch curved gaming monitor with RGB lighting

The Strix XG27VQ is a Full HD curved gaming monitor with an engaging 144Hz refresh rate. It features ASUS-exclusive Extreme Low Motion Blur and Adaptive-Sync (FreeSync™) technologies for incredible gameplay without tearing and stuttering.

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  • 27” Full HD (1920 x 1080) 1800R curved monitor with 144Hz and Adaptive Sync/FreeSync for immersive, smooth gaming with DisplayPort, HDMI and DVI connectivity
  • Enhanced customization featuring ASUS Aura RGB lighting on the back and LED lighting projection in the base
  • Marathon ready with swivel, tilt and height adjustability and VESA mount so you can always find your ideal viewing position
  • ASUS Eye Care technology minimizes eye fatigue and ailments with flicker-free backlighting and blue light filters
  • Exclusive GamePlus and GameVisual now with new MOBA mode for color enhancements for more focused gameplay

Nintendo President Urges Public Not to Buy the SNES From Scalpers

An all too familiar problem is happening with Nintendo’s latest console reboot. The SNES Classic, like it’s NES Classic predecessor, is suffering from short supply and opportunist resellers.

Despite retailing for $79.99, the NES Classic was going for upwards of $200 on eBay almost immediately. The same nightmare is happening with the SNES Reboot.

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Nintendo’s President insists that they’ve planned to manufacture plenty of consoles this time around. “I would strongly urge you not to over-bid on an SNES Classic on any of the auction sites,” Fils-Aimé said. “You shouldn’t [have to] pay more than $79.99.”

His comments follow several pre-order debacles at major retailers like Best Buy, GameStop, and Wal-Mart. But Fils-Aimé says that those issues were “outside our control,” implicitly moving the blame to the retailers.

There is a fair share of blame to be thrown around, but it seems Nintendo is not learning any lessons from previous shirt supply issues.

TLDR: Public Urges Nintendo: Meet the Demand of the SNES Classic!