The British company named Expanscape made a prototype laptop called the Aurora 7 equipped with theSix additional screens extend in every direction away from the Home screen, each displaying their own windows and applications.
And many laptop hinges don’t handle well with one connected screen, let alone seven.
Besides the main screen measuring 17.3 inches and a resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels, there is Three other screens of the same size and resolution.
There is one screen measuring 7 inches and a resolution of 1920 x 1200 pixels Above the left and right screens, you also find a 7-inch touch screen with a resolution of 1920 x 1200 pixels installed in the wrist rest.
This prototype weighs about 12 kg and is 4.3 inches thick, and includes a GPU Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 mid-range to run The four 4K screens.
The Aurora 7 comes with 2 TB of hard drive storage and an additional 2.5 TB of SSD storage, plus all the ports you might need.
It also contains an Intel Core i9-9900K processor, 64GB of RAM, andYou can find more specifications Here.
In future releases, Expanscape wants to use the Nvidia GeForce RTX 2070 instead of the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060. With options for AMD Ryzen 9 3950x or Intel i9-10900K processor.
The Aurora 7 is primarily designed as a mobile security operations station, and the current prototype battery lasts for only one hour.
The computer uses an 82-watt primary internal battery, in addition to a 148-watt secondary internal battery to run the additional screens, This exceeds the legal limit for the Federal Aviation Administration to fly in an aircraft.
Expanscape says: It is working to address this in future prototypes, in other words, the company is committed to allowing you to bring the laptop with seven screens onto the plane.
The Aurora 7 looks rougher about the bezels than Razer’s Project Valerie triple-screen laptop, however, Expanscape claims to be willing to sell the prototype laptop.
Expanscape says: It can help parties interested in purchasing the computer to reserve a prototype. As for the price, the company requires you to sign a non-disclosure agreement that prevents you from sharing the price publicly.