Razer’s Project Valerie is a laptop with 3 4K display screens
The ridiculous looking prototype gets unveiled at CES 2017.
Razer has long been known to toy around with concepts for computer hardware from the Switchblade (which overtime became the Blade), to their modular PC concept which is know as Project Christine, now at CES 2017, Razer proves yet again how ridiculously creative they can get by revealing Project Valerie, a high performance laptop that offers up to 12K in display resolutions by using 3 screens.
Employing a design that lets hide the 2 extra screens under the main display, Project Valerie uses NVIDIA’s Surround View technology to help increase its display real estate to up to 11520 x 2160 with each screen having a digital resolution of 3840 x 2160. As for its real performance, Project Valerie will be said to use the same hardware as the Blade Pro meaning that it will run using a GeForce GTX 1080 on Graphics, 32GB in memory capacity and an Intel Core i7-6700 HQ although we are greatly hoping that they use Intel’s Kaby Lake processors instead.
While a model is already introduced at CES 2017, Project Valerie is most likely still at its prototype stage, with no information yet regarding release date and pricing.