Gaming tech company Razer is once again taking innovation to a different level after they unveiled a new prototype product during the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.
In the event, Razer introduced Project Valerie, the world’s first gaming laptop with not one, not two, but three screens to suit all your visual gaming needs.
Project Valerie, which sports three 17.3-inch 4K displays, is housed by a Razer Blade Pro chassis and is definitely not your typical gaming device.
On top of this, it is powered by the state of the art GeForce GTX 1080 graphics card.
And if you were wondering, the two side screens can be setup via an automated deployment system. Here’s how it works:
The only cons are probably its weight, estimated at around 10–12 lbs, while also measuring 1.5 inches in thickness. Well this isn’t bad at all considering you’re stuffing three screens in one body.
As for Project Valerie’s price and release date, these have yet to be announced since Razer is still getting feedback from consumers on whether this is a product they will purchase.
But just to give you an idea, the base model of Razer Blade laptops costs something in between P100,000 to P200,000 and that’s considering these machines only have one screen.
Time to save up before Project Valerie officially launches.