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Aurora 7 is a laptop with seven screens

by on10 February 2021

Battery lasts an hour

Expanscape have released its new Aurora 7 laptop with seven screens.

Basically, it is a mobile transforming workstation for those who need more screens than they can poke a stick at and have the strength of the Incredible Hulk to lift it.

The Aurora 7 is very much just a prototype and seems to be mostly built from 3D-printed parts, but the company said that it is designed to be a true mobile workstation for everyone from developers to content creators to even well-funded gamers wanting a more immersive experience from a computer they don't have to leave at home.

Powered by an Intel i9 9900K processor backed by 64GB of DDR4 RAM and an NVIDIA GTX 1060 series graphics card, the Aurora 7 comes with 2TB of hard drive storage and an additional 2.5 TB of SSD storage.  It also has rather a lot of ports to expand its capacity even further.

There are four 17.3-inch 4K (3840 x 2160) LCDs -- two in portrait mode and two in landscape -- as well as three smaller 7-inch screens all pushing 1920 x 1200 pixels, with one located in the laptop's wrist rest.

The laptop has a battery life of one hour. Apparently, it is going to ship one of these days and the company has not mentioned a price yet.


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