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This seems like a significant design oversight. The lower bezel protrudes, so you can't position two XB281HUs next to each other flush. Isn't the idea with the "zero frame" design that these are intended for use in triple screen setups? So why design the lower bezel to so clearly interfere with that? It almost seems like the lower bezel could be removed, as it's just an extra piece attached. However it houses all of the OSD buttons, so obviously that's not a solution.
I have three of these at home presently, as I try to find one or two from Amazon that aren't defective. So far they've all arrived with filthy screens (underneath the foam screen protector/bubble wrap), backlight bleed in various areas (not just IPS glow, which of course these have as well, but not overly), at least one dead pixel, and one with an oily splotch on the screen and a very yellow tint in the colors. These are all October builds. So, as I have these three set up deciding if any of them are tolerable keepers yet, it's blatantly problematic trying to make use of the "zero frame" bezel by setting up 3-screen surround. What's the logic with this design?