Tuesday, 9 February 2021

Apparently For A Lot Of People,

having one laptop screen is not enough,

so maybe buy a laptop with say two or even three screens, but this laptop comes with, wait for it, seven screens! behold the Expanscape Aurora 7 which is a prototype being marketed as the world’s first seven-screen laptop, a 17.3-inch behemoth designed with IT professionals and content creators in mind,

the Aurora 7 laptop features four 17.3-inch monitors (two in landscape mode, two in portrait) capable of 4K resolution, as well as three secondary 7-inch screens with 1920 x 1200 resolution. All seven screens fold out of the main chassis, like a sort of laptop Transformer. The whole thing weighs no less than 12 kilograms, which may seem like a lot, but is actually much easier to move around than a laptop and six additional displays,

according to Expanscape, the Aurora is powered by an Intel Core i9-9900K processor, 64GB of DDR4-2666 memory, an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 graphics card, two PCIe 3.0 x4 M.2 SSDs, one 2.5-inch MLC SSD, and a 2TB 7200RPM hard drive, the company claims that the spacious chassis can accommodate all kinds of configurations, regarding battery life, well with seven screens I would have thought would be very minimal, but Expanscape claims that the Aurora 7 battery is rated at two hours and 20 minutes, it does need to batteries to achieve this kind of autonomy – an 82Whr battery for all the components inside the laptop, and a separate 48Whr battery just for the screens,

Expanscape will be manufacturing and selling and leasing our prototypes even before they are finalized as we recognize there is an immediate demand for these items in the DevOps, SecOps, CyberSecurity and Day;Stock;Commodity Trader communities,” the company posted, I have no idea how much the set up will be, but then do I really need seven screens?

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