Laptops are great for portable computing when you are away from your desktop at work or home. Here is a laptop that increases your display by adding two additional screens.

If you have used a multi-monitor system for work of gaming, then you know the advantages of having extra screen space.  You also feel the pain of having to scale back down to the limited display of a laptop no matter how big the display is.  

The Razer Project Valarie laptop is a unique take on the multi-screen concept. The displays on this laptop are attached as opposed to normal method attaching external monitors to your laptop.

The screens do not fold inwards, but actually slide from the side of the main screen and lock into place via an automatic system which makes for ease setup and closing when not in use. There is a huge touch pad on the laptop which is fitting considering the large display your would be working with.

From first glance, you can tell that is laptop does it big.  Not only do you get three screens, but each screen is 17.3 inches with a 4K IGZO display.  The smooth frame-rates and 180 degree viewing is made possible by NVDIA G-SYNC technology.

One might think that this laptop is bulky and heavy with all that hardware. However, all things considered, this laptop is relatively portable. There is a unibody CNC aluminum chassis which measures at 1.5-inches thick and weighs in at less than 12 pounds.

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