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Why no thin bezel IPS 1440p monitors?

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I will add some images here for example a little later, but wanted to get this discussion started.

Was wondering why many IPS monitors or 1440p monitors do not even compete when compared to 1080p TN monitors for size of bezel. Now, we all know the merits of each panel type, at least the basics. But why is there no thin bezel super high res displays out there? Sure, you can debezel them, but personally that's less than ideal for me. I just wanted to know if there's actually a reason besides it just hasn't been done before.

Thanks!
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Greetings, I'm shopping for 3 1440p thin bezel monitors right now ... Amazon and Newegg have about the same selection, with props to newegg for having more korean brands than the 'zon. About the thinnest IPS/PLS monitor that I can find is the ASUS one:

http://www.amazon.com/PB278Q-27-Inch-LED-lit-Professional-Graphics/dp/B009C3M7H0/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1396822860&sr=8-3&keywords=1440p

It is by no means thin though. We the high end consumers are definitely getting the pixel shaft.

I've always thought that since the advent of multi-monitor gaming technology, an enterprising panel manufacturer should make removable bezels that, when you remove it, can be connected to another monitor with a similar bezel type, nearly seamlessly, with a little hinge on the back for ease of arrangement on the desk.
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