Ever wondered where those James Bond villains — with their lairs full of high-tech gizmos and monolithic screens — get their computer gear? After seeing this the Radius 320 monitor, I have to think one of their suppliers is Seamless Display. The company, founded by engineers from Oxford University, combines three LCD screens into a single display with triple the area. Need to refer to a photo while you write a report with a browser at the ready? No need to put application windows in behind others when you've got this baby — just drag them over to one side. Unlike other attempts at merging screens, the Radius uses special lenses to keep the display continuous between panels, except for a "very faint" shadow of a line. The result is a 50-inch (diagonal) screen with a massive resolution of 4,800 x 1,200 pixels that you can use with any machine — Windows, Mac, or Linux. The downside is you'll need a video card that will support three DVI outputs at 1,600 x 1,200 pixels each. The Seamless site says the Radius 320 is available for order now, though it doesn't list any pricing. Not that you supervillains ever pay retail.