Gaming is being taken to a new level with the brand-new Razer gaming laptops that come complete with a 17-inch triple-screen option code-named Project Valerie.
Not surprisingly the laptop is slightly thicker than normal laptops, closing at around 1.5-inches and when opened, proprietary hinges deploy to unveil three 17.3-inch monitors that each support 4K resolution as well as being G-SYNC enabled.
At full-tilt, the laptop has a resolution of 11,250 x 2160 – yes that is correct and not an error!
All of those pixels are powered by a desktop-grade Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 graphics card, which also makes Project Valerie exceed “the minimum hardware requirements of HTC Vive and Oculus Rift.”
“The complexities of a traditional multi-monitor setup are a thing of the past,” Razer co-founder and CEO Min-Liang Tan promises. Luckily there are no extra cables involved with the monitors as they are all part of the machine and it doesn’t have a larger footprint – something that is usually associated with three monitors.
Project Valerie weighs less than 5.5kg although this does make it one of the heaviest high-end gaming laptops but when you think about the level of performance that you achieve, you will be more than happy to accept a little extra weight.
Razer is at CES 2017 showing off its new tech, including its Chroma-enabled Project Ariana projector.