Laptop with 7 displays? Meet Aurora 7 – what can you use this invention for?

Do you need a mobile workstation with more screens? Great, 7 is enough? Then you should be interested in the prototype of Aurora 7 computer, which also has an impressive computing power.

The Aurora 7 Prototype boasts four 17.3-inch panels with 4K resolution, two of which work in portrait and two in landscape mode, and three panels with 1920×1200 pixel resolution. All the screens either fold or slide out of the original housing, giving the effect of a truly transformative design, which is, by the way, very convenient, as it doesn’t require any bolting or on-site assembly. The design is mobile, so theoretically it is also intended for field work, but note that it weighs about 12 kilograms. And while that’s certainly more convenient than transporting a laptop and 6 monitors, it’s better to get a case to transport your device anyway.

And while at first glance this device shouldn’t interest too many users, with the coronavirus pandemic and the transition of a large portion of us to working remotely, the demand for multi-screen designs has increased significantly. And although in the case of two or three screens this can be done at home without much problem, with a larger number the stairs begin. The manufacturer of Aurora 7 decided to take advantage of this, while taking care of full compatibility with very popular applications and keeping in mind a specific audience – security centers, researchers, content creators, etc., who traditionally use multiple screens, but are sometimes forced to work in the field and take their equipment with them.

And since such a user also has specific performance requirements, Aurora 7 boasts impressive components, including an Intel Core i9-9900K processor (the manufacturer announces, by the way, that the case is versatile and large enough to also bet on other processors, such as AMD Ryzen 9 3950X or Intel Core i9-10900K), 64 GB of DDR4-2666 RAM, an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 graphics card, two PCIe 3. 0, one 2.5-inch MLC SSD and a 2 TB 7200RPM hard drive. On top of that we can count on support for many of today’s Bluetooth, GbE, Wi-Fi or USB connectivity standards. Such a number of displays also means a big problem for the battery, so the computer has a battery with a capacity of 82 Wh for the system and a separate 148 Wh for the screens, which reportedly allows for reasonable use for less than 2 and a half hours.

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