Razer’s Gaming Laptop With 3 Fold-Out Screens
Razer’s Project Valerie is a prototype multi-monitor gaming laptop that it’s announcing at CES.
Valerie looks a lot like the sleek Razer Blade Pro, which was announced in the fall of 2016. Instead of one 17.3-inch 4K IGZO display, though, Valerie has a stack of screens that slide into a three-display setup under their own power.
If you want more than one screen, you still have to rely on external peripherals but Project Valerie changes all that, at the cost of some added weight and thickness. Where the Blade Pro is 7.8 pounds and 0.88 inches thick, Valerie weighs around 12 pounds and is 1.5 inches thick. Both laptops are VR-ready, exceeding the recommended specs of the Oculus Rift or HTC Vive.
Project Valerie has the same graphics card and keyboard as the Pro, we don’t know the exact specs, since it’s a concept design. In addition to a backlit keyboard, it has lighting strips under the two side monitors, which project an ambient glow onto the surface beneath them. Razer doesn’t say exactly how long it’s battery will last.
The Blade Pro starts at $3,499, which is already a serious price tag, so it’s safe to say this laptop won’t be for the average gamer, Check out the video below and watch the monster in the making.