06 January, 2017
Where most gaming laptops tend to be on the large side, Razer has instead gone super-sized, adding two additional 4K display screens to Project Valerie. They'll let you register for future updates about this beast of a laptop, though, so who knows... maybe you'll actually be able to buy one in the not-too-distant future!
The three displays in the Razer triple screen laptop are all 4K IPS panels, which when combined offer a whopping 12K resolution. The American electronics company has apparently outdone itself yet again with its new invention: the ground-breaking Project Valerie. When it's time to work - or, more probably, play - an automatic deployment system slides the secondary monitors out of the main screen and maneuverers them into position. Apparently Razer was pretty fond of the idea, though, because the company's new Project Ariana is very almost the exact same thing. So that Razer is rolling out a laptop that's eleven pounds and twice as thick as their Razer Blade Pro is a bit counterintuitive.
Project Valerie is the second Razer notebook to utilize Razer's Ultra-Low-Profile Mechanical switches.
Of course, it isn't a Razer these days without Chrome lighting, which also extends under the displays for that extra wow factor.
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What do you think of this wonderful Razer project? There's also a massive trackpad that sits next to it on the right, and the whole scene is lit by Razer Chroma to bring you a more immersive gaming experience.
"The complexities of a traditional multi-monitor setup are a thing of the past with Project Valerie", said Razer co-founder and CEO Min-Liang Tan.
While it's essentially built on the chassis of existing Razer tech, because it's a concept, the final specifications of Project Valerie are quite open, depending on what's state of the art if it goes into final production.