Sometimes it can be hard to fit everything you need to see on a computer on a single display. But typically if you want to use multiple displays with a laptop or desktop PC, you have to buy monitors one at a time.
Razer’s Project Valerie laptop concept is a bit different: it’s a single laptop with three displays built in.
Each screen is a 17.3 inch, 4K IGZO display with support for NVIDIA G-Sync.
Weighing in at “less than 12 pounds,” the system isn’t exactly compact by 2017 laptop standards. But it’s surprisingly thin for a machine with three large displays that fold out when you need them and fold up when you don’t: the concept notebook is about 1.5 inches thick.
It has a unibody CNC aluminum chassis, a custom cooling system, and features light strips under the side monitors for ambient colors.
Razer hasn’t released detailed specs for the laptop concept yet, but it’s a safe bet that the PC gaming company will outfit the system with a high-end Intel processor and discrete graphics solution and charge a high price for the computer if and when it graduates from concept to real product.