What do you think about the idea of having a mobile system with more than three screens?
Well, Expanscape has created a prototype of a laptop called Aurora 7 consisting of not just three but seven screens in total, taking multitasking to a whole new level!
The company is all set to sell its Laptop prototype to the interested buyers. The seven-screen laptop also comes with a massive amount of power to support the operating system.
Here’s everything you need to know about the revolutionary laptop device from Expanscape:
Aurora 7 features six extra displays attached to its enormous black box, extending out in all the directions away from the main screen, like a transformer of sorts. Each screen displays its own applications and windows.
Riding along with the main and central 17.3-inch screen featuring a 4K resolution display are three other screens of the same size and resolution quality. The rest of the three screens are single auxiliary 7" screen laptop displaying a resolution of 1920 x 12000.
The entire laptop weighs around 12 kilograms (26-pound) with a depth of about 4.3 inches, so it’s certainly not a kind of laptop you would want to carry it to office or college.
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The multi-screen system is gradually increasing in demand, especially at the current times when people are working from home due to the pandemic.
Now the first thing that comes to your mind after reading “Seven screens” is the bad laptop hinges! Well, only a few of the companies tackle the hinges effectively with one screen attached, let alone a laptop with seven screens. It won’t be a surprise if you face a similar problem with Aurora 7.
Aurora 7 prototype is created for very exclusive applications and users whose job responsibilities include multitasking, such as content creators, security operations, designers and data scientists. This seven-screen laptop could come in handy for multitasking who at times need to carry their system along from place to another.
Source: The Verge
The specs of newly-launched Expanscape’s laptop include Intel’s Core i9 - 9900K CPU, 64GB of DDR4-2666 memory, Nvidia’s GeForce GTX 1060 graphic card, two PCIe 3.0 x4 M.2 SSDs, 2TB 7200RPM hard drive and one 2.5 inches MLC SSD.
The system consists of all latest connectivity technologies such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GbE and USB. Given that the laptop uses somewhat spacious chassis, the creators mentions that it can use multiple platforms, such as AMD’s Ryzen 9 3950X or Intel’s Core i9-10900K.
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In addition to its impressive internal specs, the Expanscape’s Aurora 7 prototype consists of two internal batteries. With 82Wh capacity, the main internal battery is capable to power the system itself.
The secondary battery features a 148Wh capacity and is exclusively used to power just the screens. The total battery life of the entire system is around 2 hours and 20 minutes; obviously, it will be much lower under high loads.
As of now, Aurora 7 laptops are just prototypes and not ready for commercial use. However, the company is intending to build them exclusively for those who are interested and agree to pay its hefty price.
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The price of this gadget hasn’t been made public yet. The company will ask buyers to sign a nondisclosure agreement that will prevent them from sharing its price publicly. Well, that doesn’t look good for our bank accounts!
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