Razer's triple threat: The tri-screen Project Valerie laptop
Every year at CES, Razer is good for a couple cool PC prototypes or concept pieces.
This year, they've got one called Project Valerie, and it's a big, bold 17 inch gaming laptop.
It's actually fairly different from Razer's current laptop lineup, which is all very slim and very minimalistic.
That's because behind the thick lid here, the 17 inch display has two additional 17 inch displays.
That means you have a total of three displays.
It's a multi-monitor set up inside a single laptop.
Now how do these other monitors get out?
Well Rather says it's an automated deployment mechanism where you either press a button or use a software command and the extra monitors slide out from either side and put themselves into place.
On the prototype that we saw the [UNKNOWN] wasn't working.
They were all set up just in the three monitor configuration, but it'd be very interesting to see once they have an actual working system to see the monitors come out by themselves and go back by themselves.
Inside is an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080, which is pretty much what you need to power three monitors at once, especially if you're doing games.
The three displays have NVIDIA GSync, which is also helpful if you want to get better frame rates from a graphics card, especially again across three UHD 4K monitors.
Christopher this is a tragedy so we may never see some houses actually for sale but it's definitely very cool to check out and you can see that the reason I'm here at CES 2017
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