Jan 5th, 2017

One of the most annoying things about gaming on the go is just how much smaller the screen real estate is compared to any decent desktop monitor or 4K TV. It’s just not comparable but since it’s portable, it’s what we’ve come to accept.

Razer wants to do away with that notion with its latest concept, the Project Valerie laptop, which features two screens that fold out to sit next to the screen in the middle. This technically gives you three screens full of Skyrim, Call of Duty, Stardew Valley, or whatever game tickles your fancy.

The concept laptop was shown off in Las Vegas at the Consumer Electronics Show, but it’s worth noting that this is a concept device with no gaurantee that it’ll ever be brought to retail market. Alongside those three gorgeous 17.3″ 4K screens, the laptop includes a built-in mechanical keyboard and the general concept builds on an existing 17-inch Razer Blade Pro.

While all that screen real estate is nice, the laptop weighs a back-breaking 12lbs. That’s a pretty significant increase from the 7.8lbs of the previous generation of Razer Blade Pro. Still, it’s nice to see Razer continues to think outside of the box with its concepts, which have ranged from modular computing systems to this. Whatever this is.

Would you buy one?