We live in a world in which we are constantly making technological advances. New in 2017 is the Project Valerie gaming laptop. You might be familiar with existing multi-screen gaming desktops; however, the one downfall of such machines is their lack of portability. This year, Razer is introducing the world’s first multi-screen gaming laptop.
Project Valerie has similar features to any other laptop. While the main idea behind the computer is to benefit gamers, the computer can be used for work, school, or anything else that your heart desires. Each screen is approximately 17 inches and has a resolution of 11520 x 2160.
In addition to having three screens, Project Valerie has an Intel Core i7-7700HQ and a Nvidia GTX 1080 processor, which is incredibly powerful.The laptop is also portable and weighs in at about 12 pounds. Although this is a little heavier than the average laptop, the advantage of having two more screens that usual can be a major plus in certain industries.
The official cost of Project Valerie has not been released, however, it’s expected to be rather high! In fact, you might actually be able to buy a reliable used car at a cheaper price than the Project Valerie. Razor’s recently released Blade Pro Laptop runs around $4000 and it only had one screen, so it’s expected the Project Valerie will run even higher. Although this laptop might not be the best option for someone on a tight budget, it’s something that you’ve likely never seen before and is sure to make advancements in the gaming world.
While the laptop is not yet available for sale in the United States, it’s expected to be released sometime this year. It was reported in January 2017 that two Project Valerie computers were stolen from the company’s booth in China and shortly after the crime was committed, the laptops went on sale in China for about $22,000. At a price that could pay almost all of my student loans, I’m not sure that this is something that I would invest in; however, for the extreme gamer maybe it would be a worthwhile investment.
Read more about Project Valerie and other projects by RAZER here.