There are plenty of crazy things at CES that will come to market, but this take Razer’s Project Valerie, which is a thick-as-hell concept laptop.
What do you do after you’ve launched one of the thinnest and lightest gaming laptops featuring the new NVIDIA GTX 1080 GPU? Razer found itself in this situation after announcing the long anticipated update to their large gaming laptop last year, with the launch of the Razer Blade Pro. At 7.8 lbs and 0.88 inches thick, it’s one of the most interesting gaming laptops announced last year, and our full review is coming soon. Meanwhile, Razer decided to take their Razer Blade Pro, and add two more displays to it.
And for the creative types out there, Razer’s provided 100% Adobe RGB colour accuracy and what it’s calling “the greatest amount of screen real estate ever assembled in a single computer”.
So, how does Project Valerie manage to include three displays while still being called a laptop? Well, as Razer explains, the concept design uses an “automatic deployment mechanism” which means each display mechanically slides out of the side of the main screen, once it’s folded open.
The World’s First Triple Display Laptop Video
Immersive gaming has never been more portable. Introducing Project Valerie, the world’s first automated triple display laptop. Constructed to be incredibly powerful yet mobile, this revolutionary laptop gives you easy access to three eye-popping 4K displays. Regardless of where you are, you can have the visual superiority of a 12K desktop setup to excel at both work and play.
Featuring three stunning high resolution 17.3 inch 4K screens, Project Valerie provides the most expansive viewing experience in a notebook. Powered by an NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1080 GPU, and natively supporting NVIDIA Surround View with a whopping resolution of 11520 x 2160, get a wider view of the race track or the battlefield for an unmatched immersive experience.
The 12K multi-display gives you the expansive workspace and flexibility to tackle any task. Utilize the three displays as one to span your creative projects across the large screen real estate. Alternatively, take advantage of each display independently, running multiple applications simultaneously allowing for multi-tasking like never before.