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Razer Project Valerie – Triple Display Laptop

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Discovered on 2017-01-05

Thanks to the Razer Project Valerie, immersive gaming is about to get better. This is the world’s first triple display laptop. So, instead of using a single display, you now get to use three. And these are 4K displays. No matter where you go, you can now carry a 12K desktop setup with you. Moreover, this entire design is highly portable and perfect for working on the go. The high-resolution 17.3 inch 4K screens give you an immersive viewing experience anytime and anywhere. Whether you are at the racetrack or battlefield, your games will have a whole new perspective from now and on. Other than games, this laptop increases productivity on the go by giving you extra screen space. An ideal Triple Display Laptop for modern workaholics.

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11520 x 2160
Each Screen Size :
17.3 inches
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Sigh. I’ve seen this concept touted for years, decades even. I even own one iteration – a Lenovo with a side screen that pops out from the right side of the main display – that weighs as much as a pony. Most of the concepts never make it to manufacturing and the ones that do are fatally compromised. So count me skeptical that we’ll ever see this one actually for sale or that – if it does make it out of the lab – it’ll look anywhere nearly as slim and elegant as it does in the prototype. But, as… Read more »