Recently, we’ve covered a triple screen MacBook Pro setup without having a clue that only a few weeks later we’ll see the world’s first 4K triple display laptop officially announced by the leading gaming computer maker Razer. Not only that, but the brand new Project Valerie laptop boasts three separate 17.3-inch 4K screens providing a Surround View with a staggering resolution of 11520×2160. Powered by a NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 graphics card, the unit offers so much computing power under the hood that it can easily outperform even some of the top-of-the-line professional PC workstations available out there. Content creators can either take advantage of the full-screen real estate of this 12K multi-display or use each screen independently, running multiple applications simultaneously allowing for multi-tasking like never before. Here’s a closer look at the Razer’s Project Valerie laptop in action.
Even though it’s only a concept prototype at this stage, the Project Valerie provides some of the most powerful hardware components you can find on the market these days. Besides the GeForce GTX 1080 graphics card with 8GB of GDDR5X VRAM, the laptop also features the latest generation Intel Quad-Core i7 processor, 32 GB of RAM along with an advanced PCI RAID 0 storage solution. On top of that, the triple display laptop comes equipped with an exclusive automated deployment system utilizing highly durable aluminum hinges. This allows the two side displays to quickly deploy and lock into place ensuring the perfect alignment in a matter of seconds.
The extra space occupied by the two additional 4K displays doesn’t seem to make the Project Valerie much bulkier than an average 17-inch gaming PC as it stays relatively portable with a form factor that fits easily in a laptop bag. With its weight of 12 pounds, it tends to be a bit heavy, though. Just as a reference, the latest Razer Blade Pro 17″ gaming laptop is two times lighter. Nevertheless, the triple-display prototype had already attracted the attention of some creative professionals and game nerds at CES 2017 last week.
Unfortunately, two of the Razer’s Project Valerie prototypes were stolen off on the last day of the show as the company is officially asking for help anybody who has information regarding the accident that could potentially help authorities apprehend the thieves. There’s even a $25,000 reward offered for original information leading to the identification, arrest, and conviction of a criminal suspect. For more information and further details about the Razer’s three-screened laptop, head over to Project Valerie landing page here.