When you play a video game, usually, it’s only on one screen. Even with console and handhelds like the DS, 3DS, and Wii U, which have two screens the games play on, it’s still mainly focused on one screen at a time. At CES 2017, Razer revealed a plan to change that with Project Valerie.
Project Valerie is the world’s first portable laptop with three built-in monitors. Each of these monitors has an impressive 17.3-inch 4K IGZO display, that just so happens to be equipped with NVIDIA G-SYNC™ technology that is capable of producing the smoothest possible frame rates, leading to a more streamlined gaming experience, while also having expansive 180 degree NVIDIA Surround View gaming.
For those who are making the games, they can look forward to 100 percent Adobe RGB color accuracy, Whilst also having the greatest amount of screen real estate ever assembled in a single computer. Remember, these three screens go to ONE computer. That’s a lot to look at in potential.
Onto to more physical aspects of this, Project Valerie uses an automatic deployment mechanism designed by Razer themselves. Each display can slide out of the side of the main screen, then adjust into place wherever you want it. Thus, making it easy for users to deploy and get gaming as soon as possible. Even better though, is that these all work as one thing, so they only need a singular set of cables, so they won’t fill your desk up with cords or other junk. It’s all-in-one.
So, does this get you excited enough to want to buy it? Let us know!