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Razer Project Valerie Concept Laptop With Three Displays Is Just As Amazing As You Think

We all have that one well-off friend whose multi-monitor gaming rig we all envy but soon you will be able to have your own portable gaming rig with three monitors thanks to Razer. At the ongoing CES 2017, the gaming product manufacturer showed off a concept laptop under the project codename Valerie with three 17.3-inch 4K IGZO displays. Resolution enthusiasts must have calculated by now that they get a whopping 12K or 11520 x 2160 pixels of viewing space. The three displays slide out and align themselves around the primary display with the help of aluminium hinges in seconds with the help of automated deployment feature. Don’t worry the Project Valerie is just as thick as your off-the-shelf gaming laptop which means it safely travels in your laptop bag.

Razer Project Valerie

Being a Razer creation it has been laced with NVIDIA display technologies like G-SYNC for smooth frame rate and Surround View which extends the content on to all three displays. YouTube stars or video content creators would love to know that Project Valerie produces 100 percent Adobe RGB colour accuracy. Underneath the all aluminium chassis and short-throw keyboard setup, the Project Valerie is currently a Razer Blade Pro which means it houses NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 graphics. Since Razer primarily caters to gamers and the laptop will be used or abused for high-end gaming, it features Razer’s Ultra-Low-Profile Mechanical switches which are as close to mechanical keyboards as it can get. As usual for showing off the keyboard and trackpad are backed by Razer Chroma for lighting effects.

You might have noticed that in the previous paragraph we have mentioned that it is currently a Razer Blade Pro because the Project Valerie is a concept and the final specs will be revealed when the product is finalised. Yes, it is obvious it is going to be mighty expensive.

Source: Project Valerie & Razer Press Releases

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