CES 2017: Razer outs Project Valerie, a triple-monitor gaming laptop CES 2017: Razer outs Project Valerie, a triple-monitor gaming laptop
Razer makes a bombshell announcement at CES 2017 with their unveiling of Project Valerie, the first triple-screen laptop with a total 12K resolution. CES 2017: Razer outs Project Valerie, a triple-monitor gaming laptop

So far, CES 2017 saw a lot of exciting announcements, but this might just take the cake as the most outrageous one. Razer has debuted their new gaming laptop codenamed Project Valerie, it’s the first-ever triple-screen gaming laptop. Yes, those are three screens, for a laptop (Bravo Razer).

The laptop’s three 17.3-inch screens all sport 4K resolutions, for a total resolution of 11,520 X 2160 (that’s 12K resolution in total, because 4K is so 2016); and the displays support NVIDIA’s G-SYNC. The laptop’s screens are also deployed automatically, adding to its cool factor (absurd, but still kinda cool).

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Under the hood, Razer’s Project Valerie packs a GTX 1080 GPU (so it’s specced much like the Razer Blade Pro). It’s also 1.5 inches thick, and weigh less than 12 pounds.

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There are no words yet on the price, or when it will be available. But surely, it would be priced very expensively (think Predator 21 X expensive), if it ever gets widely released.

 

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