Gaming equipment maker Razer has once again taken the CES showfloor by storm as the company has debuted a laptop that comes with not one, not two, but three screens built into the laptop chassis itself.
Dubbed Project Valerie, this new concept laptop from Razer comes with three 17.3" 4K IGZO displays that are equipped with Nvidia's G-Sync technology built into it. Razer has made it so that the two other monitors deploy automatically by sliding out of both sides of the mainscreen. The screens also support 100 percent Adobe RGB colour accuracy, which is a great thing for professionals who work in the creative industry.
While the actual specifications have yet to be revealed, it appears that Project Valerie will have components that are similar to the 17" Razer Blade Pro and it will come with a Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 graphics card. On top of that, Valerie is the second Razer laptop that utilises Razer's own Ultra-Low-Profile Mechanical switches for its keyboard. As always, the laptop comes with Razer's own Chroma lighting.
Interesting though Project Valerie may be, do remember that the laptop is currently in its concept stages. Judging by Razer's previous concept projects (Project Christine comes to mind), Project Valerie may still be years away from being an actual purchasable product. Nevertheless, its interesting to see how laptops are getting more absurd over time.