Every year, hundreds of thousands of people from around the world head to Las Vegas for CES to learn about new technology innovations across the industry. It’s a chance for media and tech companies to get ahead of the game and check out the best of the best from some of the most exciting developments, and get stoked for what’s to come. The HS team was all around at CES last week, including the unveiling of Razer’s ‘Project Valerie’ immersive triple-display laptop — a development we’re excited to see unfold this year (literally!)
If you’re not familiar yet — Razer, known for its gaming laptops and accessories, unveiled its latest product aptly titled Project Valerie, which makes it as the world’s first triple display laptop. Project Valerie features a Razer laptop that’s equipped with one main display and two fold out side displays, all of which are 4K. Via MacRumors:
Each display measures in at 17.3 inches, for what Razer says is the most expansive viewing experience in a notebook. Project Valerie is powered by an NVIDIA GeForce 1080 GPU and supports NVIDIA Surround View with a resolution of 11520 x 2160 for an immersive gaming experience.
While the three displays can be used as a single display, they can also be used individually to run multiple applications at the same time. An automated deployment system that uses durable aluminum hinges lets the laptop be set up in a matter of seconds, with perfect display alignment.
According to Razer, though its equipped with three displays, Project Valerie has a form factor that’s comparable to other 17-inch gaming laptops on the market, fitting neatly into a laptop bag so it can be taken anywhere. It’s about 1.5 inches thick and weighs approximately 12 pounds.
Project Valerie is still a prototype machine — but if you want to be in on the latest updates on this extraordinary development, you can sign up to learn more about it on Razer’s website here.