Smaller bezels are always better, but I think a better option yet would be to just have a larger display capable of much higher resolution and refresh rate. The only limiting factor seems to be bandwidth. Which could be overcome by dividing the screen up into virtual screens that each have their own connection. So for example instead of having 5 physical screens you would have 1 giant screen with 5 display port connections that each control a small section of it.DaveKap wrote:How small could you get the bezel on the edge of these monitors? It's a niche market (like SED/FED high-hz wanters) but there are folks willing to shell out cash for this kind of setup:
And they'd be just the type to buy a bezel-free monitor, just FYI.
I think the only reason this hasn't been done is because the market is too small. But I think the market is really just underestimated. A lot more people would use a super high resolution huge screen than 5 with bezels. The market for the ROG Swift was heavily underestimated. People were saying no one would buy it at $800. But Swifts have been selling out within minutes whenever they become available.
Along with gaming fanatics a giant screen like that would also be wanted by other enthusiasts and people with specialty needs. Stock traders, dispatchers, online poker players, there are a lot of people that would gobble this up.