Razer Project Valerie Laptop With up to Five 4K screens Using Thunderbolt 3
It made news at CES 2017, first as the prototype 3-monitor laptop, then as the demo that got taken at the show. Razer is offering a $25,000 reward for information that will capture the culprit. In the meantime, the laptop is still continuing it’s move forward.
The Razer Project Valerie is a triple 17 inch monitor laptop that deploys upon command. This allows for a wrap around experience in your gaming. The machine is currently running a Nvidia GTX 1080. Not much other specs are available for Valerie at this time, as this is a prototype. But we do know one additional spec that really sets this laptop above and beyond…
Thunderbolt 3 on Razer Project Valerie
By adding the Thunderbolt 3 USB-C port, you can add another dual 4K monitor setup to your home use. This gives you five 4K monitors to game with, or run any other apps you need. Of course, with the Thunderbolt 3 port, you can also connect external keyboards, mice, and other devices if you need them.
This contains Thunderrbolt 3 technology from Intel. Find out more on Thunderbolt 3 HERE.
Since this is a concept, we might not see this version of the laptop anytime soon on shelves. But Product Manager Vincent Chen says the response for this type of laptop is really good and we could see something similar in the coming years.