CES 2017: A look at Razer's triple-display laptop, Project Valerie

A number of PC manufacturers made some interesting announcements this week at CES 2017, but as far as the gaming market goes, Razer takes the cake. The company announced Project Valerie, which it claims to be the world's first triple-display laptop.

Those three displays are 17.3-inches each, and they all have a 4K resolution, coming to a total of 11,520 x 2,160px. That's almost 25 million pixels, and it's all powered by an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 GPU.

I hunted down the Razer booth at CES this week to see this beast in person. It was covered in a glass case, so I couldn't actually touch it, but it was beautiful.

The company confirmed to me that the model inside was a prototype, and the displays roll out of it. Ultimately, the final product will have them automatically expand and retract, by simply pressing the button.

In the video below, you'll see Project Valerie, but I also did a quick tour of the Razer booth, where there are all kinds of gaming setups, and it includes Project Ariana.

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