Behold, the glorious madness of Project Valerie, Razer's gaming laptop with three 4K screens

You might well have thought that Acer's Predator 21 X - an $8,999 gaming notebook with a curved 21-inch display - was taking things a bit too far in the laptop space. If you did, then this might just blow your mind.

Today, Razer unveiled what it refers to as "the world's first automated triple display laptop".

Project Valerie features three 17.3-inch displays, each with 4K resolution. The Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 GPU powers all those pixels, with a total resolution of 11,520 x 2,160px across the expansive triple display setup.

There's no need to carry the additional displays separately and spend time setting everything up. As Razer explains, "Project Valerie is engineered with an automated deployment system utilizing highly durable aluminum hinges. This allows the two side displays to quickly deploy and lock into place ensuring the perfect alignment in a matter of seconds."

While Razer aims most of its products primarily at gamers, it says that Valerie is the ideal choice for mobile productivity too, offering you "the expansive workspace and flexibility to tackle any task".

Incredibly, Razer says that Valerie weighs less than 12 pounds (around 5.5kg), and insists that the size of its monstrous notebook isn't as beastly as you might expect:

While providing you with three truly stunning displays, Project Valerie stays incredibly portable with a form factor that is comparable to other 17 inch gaming laptops which only provide a single display. The compact chassis fits in your laptop bag so you can have a triple display desktop experience anywhere, anytime.

Details of pricing and availability have not yet been announced, but you can be sure that this thing won't come cheap. For now, you can sign up for updates on the device via Razer's website.

You can also get a further overview of Project Valerie in the video below:

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Source: Razer

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