Multiple monitors that’ll fit in your backpack.

Gaming laptops can seem like a great option for anyone who doesn’t want to be chained to a desk, or can’t afford to have a desktop computer for gaming and then a laptop for everything else. But even though gaming laptops can be pretty dang powerful, they just can’t match the glorious screen-space of a three-monitor "battlestation" set-up. At least, they couldn’t.

Razer’s Project Valerie, a concept laptop announced at CES this year, attempts to solve that problem with two extra screens which slide out from either side of the main screen at the push of a button. That means when fully expanded, Project Valerie rocks not one but three 17.3-inch 4K screens for a total resolution of 11,520 x 2160 pixels or about two Macbook Air screens tall and exactly eight Macbook Air screens wide—not physically of course; Valerie just packs the same amount of pixels.