Razer unveils Project Valerie gaming laptop with three 17-inch screens
If you’re a sleek laptop types, this machine is not for you. But if you’re a hardcore gamer with a rig comprising 2-3 additional displays, this is your best bet to go portable. Innovative computer peripheral manufacturer Razar has unveiled Project Valerie at the CES 2017 – a state-of-the-art laptop that doesn’t have one, not two but three 17-inch displays that slide out from the sides to lock into place providing 180-degree field of view.
The trio of displays connected to Razer’s friendly, short-throw keyboard use energy efficient IGZO display. The system has an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 graphics card that ensures the images run smoothly across all three screens.
Project Valerie measures only 1.5 inches thick but weighs a hefty 12 pounds (gamers, watch that before you bet). The displays are 17.3 inches each with 4K resolution, totaling 12K viewing space. For the specs, the laptop has 8GB of video RAM and features huge 32GB of RAM.
The Valerie is still only a concept and Razar given out nothing on the availability or price yet.