from The Century Dictionary.
- Having no frame.
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- adjective Without a
- adjective computing Without
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A soft, "frameless" IUD may also be free of these side effects.
It will cost you about €500 although a proper 'frameless' one will cost nearer €5,000, but that doesn't include installing a smoke machine in your studio.
Furthermore, the new trends such as frameless TV and LCDs that utilize 3-D technology are likely to be catalysts that will drive LCD demand.
Additionally, details such as frameless door windows with automatic indexing glass contribute to the overall feeling of quality, substance and technical prowess.
The screen is glossy, and actually has a layer of glass in front of it that extends to the very edge of the frame (and is thus a "frameless" design).
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We love the subtle imprint pattern on the lid, the slim and elegantly tapered chassis, the "frameless" edge-to-edge display, the funky and innovative hinge section that houses the speakers and the classiness of the silver sliding switches on the front for power and wireless radios.
Still, the glossy black and silver accenting is a nice combination, as is the edge-to-edge 'frameless' display and backlit hinges.
The 21. 5-inch "frameless" screen supports a native resolution of 1,920x1,080.
The glossy "frameless" display is managed by ATI dedicated graphics and has a resolution of 1440×900 or 1920×1200 pixels, depending on model.