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Razer gaming laptop with three screens is a reality.

This year CES was amazing show with lots of new innovations including the self-driving cars that have dominated the show. Still this was another interesting device that some may have looked at. Once again the PC maker Razer surprised the public by introducing the new foldable three 4 K screens laptop at the show floor.


 

This is may be the world’s first portable laptop; all three screens are 17’’ with thickness of 1.5 inch.  This but until it arrives in the market or gets tested there is not much to say, even turnout to be one of the best gaming laptop’s in the market. However the Project Valerie is still one of its own kind and Razer did not published release date or price.

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According to an analyst, gamers use more than one monitor these days, that may be true, but not all on one device. At least I have not seen one before. This laptop powered by GeForce GTX 1080 GPU the best graphics card and runs on 11520x 2160 resolution. The three displays can either be run together or you can run multiple applications individually on each screen to create the multitask workspace.  Project Valerie is not a slim and trim they may say, but still compared to other gaming laptops it is not bad.   According to a report, it has a top of the line graphics processor, high-end VR headsets like the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive. Razer/EA

 

The screens of this powerful Project Valerie are automated, you push a button and they extend out. There are rockers holding each screen in place.

This incredible, and massive laptop when it’s closed and folded up, transforms to a box, which is not lightweight but manageable.

Of note: a USB-C port, AUSB 3.0 port, and an HDMI port.

While we do not know how heavy it is but laptop with three screens size of 12” or 17” each, might be around 10 or more pound. We will find out when it lands in the market.

 





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