One of the most touted features of the Digital TripleHead2Go is a feature called bezel management. Matrox developed this TripleHead2Go feature specifically for simmers, because this is the genre where monitor bezel interruptions cause the most trouble. In general, monitor bezels are a minor distraction while gaming in triplehead, but certain actions, such as turning final to land in a flight sim or lining up an apex in a racing sim, can be rather disconcerting when the focus of your view jumps over the bezels.
Bezel management functions by taking the images on the right and left monitors and shifting them towards the center monitor. A portion of the view equal to the width of the bezels disappears “behind” the bezels, and a black bar appears on the outside of the left and right images to compensate. This prevents the images on the left and right monitors from distorting. Separate control of the left and right adjustment distances is possible.
In addition to the separate control of distances A and B, the PowerDesk SE software stores different parameters for each mode. This allows custom bezel management parameters for different resolutions. A hotkey can be selected to turn bezel management on and off on the fly, at any time the software is running. PowerDesk SE provides an alignment guide to aid with selecting the adjustment distances. Below you can see the difference this feature makes Lock On: Flaming Cliffs.