Introduced in this year’s Consumer Electronic Show (CES 2017) is the eye-popping Razer Gaming Laptop with Triple-Monitor in 4K Screens!
This newest laptop from Razer is a prototype called Project Valerie, which is the world’s first automated triple display laptop, which includes a built-in mechanical keyboard and three (3) 17.3-inch 4K monitors. These monitors automatically slide out of the sides of the main screen and adjust into place when the laptop is open. Get ready to immerse yourself with 12K Surround View Gaming (11520 x 2160) display.
The laptop is powered by top of the line laptop graphics card, Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 graphics card, and each of the three displays uses Nvidia G-sync technology, which matches the screen refresh rate and the output of the graphics hardware.
The body is made of of unibody aluminum chasis that measures 1.5-inches thick and weighs less than 12 pounds. This compact chassis fits in your laptop bag, portable enough allowing the triple 4K display desktop experience anywhere, anytime.
Here’s a quick look of Project Valerie, watch this video.
Razer has not released the official launch date, more of hardware specs, nor the price. But we are definitely excited to see this out in market and get some serious gaming!
Here’s what Project Valerie looks like in real life taken by Tech Insider while inside the CES 2016. WOW.
To know more Project Valerie, visit http://rzr.to/valerie