Laptop users like me are always complaining about limited real estate available on their small screen. Added to that I am sure for gamers and especially hardcore gamers this can be a real issue.
PC gaming company Razer seems to have come up with a solution for this problem by introducing prototype Project Valerie, the first automated triple-display laptop.
Take a look:
Debuted at CES 2017 earlier this year this laptop features three brilliant 17-inch, 4K-resolution displays with ultra-clear Adobe RGB color accuracy. This guarantees that everything from movies to the latest games will look totally stunning on this setup.
Now I have to admit, I am not a gamer but I do require a multi display for business purposes like blogging and editing photos and video. With three screens I can easily multitask with multiple programs like Photoshop and Lightroom without a ton of scrolling and I’m sure this display can reduce searching on large spreadsheets as well.
Although Project Valerie is still a concept, it packs extra punch under the hood to ensure that you have the best experience. Aside from three displays it is essentially a Blade Pro which is already a leader in design and performance. I would not exactly say that it’s a lightweight though, weighing in at about 10 to 12 pounds but it is definitely more of a desktop replacement than something you run around with.
At this time we don’t know if Razer’s Project Valerie will ever hit the market but who knows what will happen later this year.
As for cost, I really hate to speculate here, the Blade Pro already ranges from about $3,700 to $4,500 and therefore Valerie could run north of $6,000 which is more than 3 months rent.
Overall, I love the idea, I believe in addition to being the ultimate gaming machine this concept could be extremely useful for other purposes like business or to kick back and watch your favorite movie.