Aiming to brand every part of your life, Razer is at it again with its crazy contraptions. The company once thought to stick with gaming-styled mice and keyboards unveiled a triple-screen laptop at this year's Consumer Electronics Show.
Further expanding on their popular - if expensive - 'Blade' laptops, their hardware engineers decided to double the bulk of one of the thinnest ultrabooks on the market to add two additional 4K panels.
Automatically deployed when requested, the wafer-thin displays are held behind the main 4K panel when not in use; conveniently hiding away in the machine's lid. Once out, however, the built-in GTX 1080 will attempt to push a game across a 12k resolution at a time when running a big-budget title across a single one is usually a push.
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There's no mention of how long a battery would last on this thing, and we can assume most users with enough cash to throw at this concept wouldn't be vein enough to pull out a triple-screen setup on a train. Lets hope the bulky solution has a grade-A hinge to deal with the extra horizontal weight, too.
Though still just a working prototype, there's a good chance this will come to market. Project Ariana, on the other hand? Hopefully its 'Best In Show' award makes it happen.