A good news for gamers, Razer a well-known name in the gaming world has introduced an insane gaming laptop named it Razer Project Valerie, which is a thick-as-hell concept laptop. It’s loaded with many of the same internals as the company’s insane (but very real) Razer Blade Pro.
Razer Project Valerie Design
Twice thick doesn’t mean that it will weight more but this means that it will contain three 17inch screens, out of which you can slide away when you don’t need them.
Each of three display screen is a 4K IGZO display, and they’re all managed by Nvidia’s G-Sync monitor technology to ensure the multi-display action works perfectly.
Project Valerie’s monitors also support full Adobe RGB color space and Nvidia Surround gaming with an 180-degree field of view.
According to Razer — It’s “the greatest amount of screen real estate ever assembled in a single computer.”
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Apart from gamers, this device is also intended for engineers, artists, developers, or any other person who uses a powerful multi-monitor setup.
Razer Project Valerie Specifications
|Screen||Triple 17 Inch Screens|
|Processor||Intel Core i7-7700K|
|RAM||32 GB DDR4|
|Graphic Card||2X NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080|
Razer’s this new laptop is supported by NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 graphics card with 8 GB of video RAM, a cool 32 gigs of system RAM, and the same vapor-chamber cooling rig found in the single-screened Blade Pro.It’s also got plenty of mustard to drive an Oculus Rift or HTC Vive VR headset.
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The machine’s monitors can also handle the full Adobe RGB color space, and the components are plenty powerful enough for video editors and Photoshop pros. It also supports 180-degree field of view, which every gamer wishes to have.
Razer Project Valerie Price
As gaming systems were too heavy to carry with 180-degree field view but with this revolutionary change, it would be easy to carry anywhere anytime. But it is just a concept. As Blade Pro starts at $3,700, hence seeing this it would cost at least $6,000. And for the battery, it will be needing constant power because with this much display battery will end in seconds. But let’s see what Razer will do with the battery.
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