Two years ago at CES, Razer teased us with their Project Christine modular gaming PC. This year they decided to show off something a little more portable: a gaming laptop with three 4K displays.
Calling the 17-inch Project Valerie laptop “portable” might be a bit of a stretch given that it tips the scales at 12 pounds, but it’s certainly a lot easier to schlep around than a desktop gaming PC, and three monitors would be. Project Valerie features a trio of 17.3-inch, 4K IGZO displays and they’re all NVIDIA G-SYNC compatible.
Book? Yes. Note? Not so much. Project Valerie’s profile when closed is more like an art treasury that you’d park on a coffee table.
Obviously, it takes a whole lotta horsepower to drive what’s effectively a 12K display. Razer didn’t skimp under the hood. Project Valerie is bursting at the seams with an Intel Core i7-6700 quad-core processor, a whopping 32GB of DDR4 RAM, and a Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 GPU with 8GB of GDDR5X VRAM all to itself.
Yes, Razer fitted Project Valerie with their slick ultra-low-profile switch mechanical keyboard. There’s also a massive trackpad that sits next to it on the right, and the whole scene is lit by Razer Chroma to bring you a more immersive gaming experience.
Despite the impressive hardware and trio of displays that’s packed inside, Project Valerie measures just an inch and a half thick. That’s pretty much on par with most high-end 17-inch gaming laptops.
For now, Project Valerie is just Razer at their insane best. They’ll let you register for future updates about this beast of a laptop, though, so who knows… maybe you’ll actually be able to buy one in the not-too-distant future!