Razer Project Valerie – First Triple Screen Gaming Laptop


Because One Screen Is Never Enough

Razer initially made a name for themselves creating high-quality durable gaming peripherals. With the slogan “For Gamers By Gamers” they understand what we gamers want and need. Since then they have expanded and specialized in other computer hardware including their own Blade laptop line. Every year at CES, Razer is known for bringing cool concept pieces but this year they are taking their laptop line to the next level. Introducing Project Valerie, a prototype showing us the world’s first triple display gaming laptop. Why? Because it’s cool and one screen is never enough. But don’t get overly excited just yet since this is a concept with no official release date yet. Now that we are all calm let’s dive into the specs.

Truly Portable Triple Screen Gaming Laptop

As you can see Project Valerie brings us a triple 17.3-inch 4k display that lines up and lock perfectly using aluminum hinges. It is powered by a NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 GPU for a total resolution of 11520 x 2160. It uses Nvidia G-Sync technology matching the refresh rate and output of each screen. You can use all three screens together as a wide screen or independently. Impressive enough it’s only 1.5 inches thick just like the average gaming laptop and weighs 12 pounds. 

This also makes the world’s first triple display truly portable laptop. The only major concern is the battery life in order to power all three screens without having to live next to a power outlet. No other details such as price and availability have been announced at this time. We can only hope as gamers that Razer puts this concept into production and releases it soon.

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This is the future of gaming. I much rather have 3 screens than a huge 27 inch screen laptop which wouldnt even work


Some people have been hating on it but I like it


I know a lot of people might think this is too much but I find it extremely useful


This laptop looks so sick…loving it


I must say I am really impressed. This will probably be the first of many.