At CES 2017 Razer, the computer gaming company, announced a new laptop that would feature three 4k screens that fold out for a better gaming experience. We looked at this and thought of how it would be a great set up for any editor. More screen space is always better when it comes to editing, and even though this machine weighs a whopping 12 pounds it is an exciting prospect.
There's only one thing I can always consistently look forward to at CES: Razer's crazy concept devices. This year's no different.
At CES 2017, the gaming brand announced Project Valerie, the world's first laptop with three built-in 4K displays that automatically deploy and retract into a "compact" 12-pound notebook design.
It's absolutely nuts.
Why the hell would anyone want such a monstrosity? Its 1.5-inch thick aluminum design and hefty weight alone defeats all portability. For Razer, that's the wrong question. The right question is, why the hell not?
In total, the three 17.3-inch IGZO screens with Nvidia G-Sync video technology provide 12K resolution. You won't find an all-in-one laptop with more pixels than Project Valerie
The computer's based off Razer's flagship Blade Pro laptop. And while the company isn't talking dirty specs (because it's just a concept device), we do know it's powered by a beastly Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 graphics card, which is VR-ready. Going off the Blade Pro, we wouldn't be surprised if we found an Intel Core i7 and up to 32GB of RAM in Project Valerie.
And of course, the concept laptop comes with Razer's Chroma mechanical keyboard, which are configurable to light up in 16.8 million different colors, and support different custom profiles for apps and games. The two extra displays also have under-glow lighting.
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