At the recently concluded Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, a whole lot of products were introduced. But only one product was a three-monitor laptop that’s going to make gaming (or spreadsheets) significantly more immersive.
Razer’s “Project Valerie,” as it’s called, is the world’s first three-screen portable laptop. It comes with two screens built into the main monitor that slide out and lock into place. Each 17.3-inch 4K screen is loaded with NVIDIA features to ensure the smoothest frame rates and 180-degree viewing, which is the kind of thing people really care about when watching movies or playing video games. But if you’re more into design, for instance, you might just enjoy the color accuracy and having all that real estate to work with.
While the current trend in notebook computers is to go slimmer and lighter, Project Valerie is a hefty 1.5 inches thick and weighs 12 pounds. But they’re cramming a whole lot of computing power, graphics capabilities and—let’s not forget—three goddamn monitors into one package. So let’s not body shame.
No price or release date has been announced yet, so keep your eye on these guys for updates. And then, when this thing arrives, prepare to be three times more productive than usual.
Or maybe three times more distracted.