Although many companies have started delving into the production of laptops with multiple screens, the latest one from Razer dubbed ‘Project Valerie’ is the first of its kind with three displays.
Razer is no stranger to building slim laptops for gamers worldwide. Project Valerie is similar to the Blade Pro, the only major difference is that the latter has just a single screen. Apart from that, both have the same 17.3-inch 4K IGZO display with Nvidia G-Sync to prevent tearing.
It can also be used as a single display notebook. In order to use the other two screens, you only need to press an automatic deployment mechanism and they will slide out effortlessly. The Project Valerie has a 4k resolution in each sliding panel.
This time around, the new notebook will come in handy for 3D artists, developers and engineers as it is a great choice for multitasking. According to the company, it will sport a GeForce GTX 1080, 100% Adobe RGB coverage, weigh around 12 pounds with a thickness of 1.5 inches which makes it thicker than most of its predecessors.
The company stated that it will support VR upon release, especially Oculus Rift and HTC’s Vive. Project Valerie is still a prototype and there is no information about the price or when it will be finally available for gamers.