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screen bezel

The border around the screen of a TV, laptop or monitor. Screen engineers continuously try to make the bezel thinner to make more display area visible within the overall frame. The ultimate goal is to have no bezel at all so that images appear to float in space. See bezel.
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Leaked by Paul Thurrott of (http://winsupersite.com/windows-8/fall-2013-windows-tablet-preview?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter) WinSuperSite , the image shows a bright red tablet with a black screen bezel adorned with the familiar Windows Start button on the bottom edge; around the back there is a camera claimed to be 6.7-megapixels, while power is expected to come from a quad-core Qualcomm processor.
Although the screen bezel remains black on all models, the wallpaper of Apple's new iOS 7 is set to match the colour as the phone by default.
The iPad sleeve - which protects the rear, sides and screen bezel, can be removed from the case entirely.
The screen bezels are quite thick but not enough to distract from your viewing experience, as the display is unexpectedly quite good.
The newest addition to the BlackBerry KEY series smartphone lineup offers three colours variants -- Slate, Champagne and Atomic -- while keeping with the BlackBerry KEY2 design evolution which includes minimised screen bezels and redesigned chassis for a more modern look and feel.
Razer's matte black laptops have always looked rather slick, but the screen bezels were out of control.
According to (https://www.cnet.com/reviews/apple-imac-27-inch-2019-review/) CNET , the 2019 iMac looks no different from the previous model and actually seems a bit clunky because of its thick screen bezels which the outlet described as "dated." That and the tilt-only screen also doesn't offer many options for mobility, something fans should probably expect for new models. The reason for this is the Cupertino giant's obsession with a "specific, thin-uber-alles design aesthetic."
It also shows thinner screen bezels, making it more compact and light on overall terms.
Aside from missing out on such a universal feature, the device didn't really stand out since it still came with the thick screen bezels from the iPhone 6s. 
The screen bezels are really thin, except for the one found in the bottom where the Samsung branding is present.
Samsung received (http://www.ibtimes.com/galaxy-s7-reviews-5-biggest-problems-samsungs-answer-iphone-6s-2332445) high praise from reviewers when its Galaxy S7 Edge launched, as the wraparound display meant it could fit a 5.5-inch screen into a smaller device that dropped the traditional screen bezels. The Edge variants of the Samsung Galaxy have demonstrated the company's work in developing flexible OLED displays, but a foldable device would take this to a whole new level.