narrow bezel


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narrow bezel

A thin border around the screen of a TV, laptop or desktop computer. Ever since flat panel LCD screens came on the market, the goal has been to narrow the bezel in order to show more display area. See bezel.
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AOC's I2769VM has a sleek, ultra-slim design with an appearance of narrow bezels.
DATA MODULE's new Narrow Bezel series adopts what the company calls its cFPS concept (flexible pluggable solution).
At just 19mm, a narrow bezel allows audiences to focus more on the content, and the slim depth of the series offers more available space for other uses.
AUO's 65-inch 4K Ultra HD LCD TV panel offers ultra fine 4K resolution and a super narrow bezel of less than 10mm.
The LCD super narrow bezel display (SNB) technology incorporated into these video walls means that a more cost-efficient option to rear projection devices and plasma screens is now available, and is becoming a significantly popular alternative.
Increasingly a large display and narrow bezel seem to be the dominant design characteristics.
Combined with LG's Cinema Screen slim and narrow bezel, which reduces the TV's frame to negligible levels, the 3D UD TV provides a most immersive 3D viewing experience.
The company said that its new 3D UD TV offers an 84" class screen and high picture quality with 8m pixels, four times the resolution of existing Full HD TV panels, as well as LG's Cinema Screen slim and narrow bezel.
This expansive screen is centred inside a narrow bezel to enhance the wide viewing angle.
The range also offers Samsung's Plasma+1 design, which features a new narrow bezel that adds one inch of viewable screen size.
With its extremely narrow bezel, the new 46inch public display has been designed with this particular application in mind, so that the screen to screen (active area) distance between two neighbouring installed devices is only 7.
Its narrow bezel not only looks great, but eliminates distractions, keeping the viewer's focus on the screen.