Project Valerie is a Razer laptop with three, 4K monitors and a built-in mechanical keyboard. The 17.3-inch monitors slide out automatically of it’s sides of the main screen and adjust it’s angle when the laptop is open. Sadly as with most of Razer’s CES concepts, we don’t know for sure this 12K multi-display laptop will ever be released to market.
The concept takes the 17-inch Razer Blade Pro laptop which is powered by Nvidia’s GeForce GTX 1080 and uses Nvidia’s G-Sync technology and slaps two extra mechanically controlled monitors to it. The co-founder and CEO of razor Min-Liang Tan said in a prepared statement, “The complexities of a traditional multi-monitor setup are a thing of the past with Project Valerie.” Since all the monitors are native, the ability to connect more through the HDMI is still an option.
The system uses a unibody aluminum chasis that measures 1.5-inches thick and weighs 10 – 12 pounds. It’s unclear if those measurements include the two additional built-in monitors or are just for the base system. Razer has a history showing up to CES, showing off products and taking home awards, but those products don’t always go to market. Instead, Razer likes to use CES as a way to test new ideas and grab a lot of international attention for it’s self and other products it makes.
Here’s a video from Razer: