You have seen those futuristic beast notebooks with multiple screens and provide an enormous amount of power, right? Well, the future is here with this notebook by Expanscape that has seven screens. In the pandemic days, people have shifted towards multiple screens for their home-based offices.
With that said, Expanscape has designed this enormous beast called Aurora 7 that comes with four displays of 17.3 inch and three 7-inch screens that are supported with 4k resolution and 1920 x 1200 resolution, respectively. Furthermore, the four 17.3 inch panels are oriented as two portraits on each side and two landscapes in the center, which would give you a fabulous picture.
Surprisingly, all the screens can fold in one primary chassis that makes it look like a transformer. Still, it is a portable device, and you can carry it around. However, this beast notebook’s overall weight is about 12 kilograms, which isn’t easy to carry but is relatively simple to transfer a laptop with multiple screens. Right? If you are fascinated by such astounding hardware setups, you should definitely check our DigitalNomadhardware setup.
If we look at the internal hardware that comes with this seven-screen beast notebook, it is fabulous. This device’s central power source is Intel’s i9-9900K processor, along with 64 GB of DDR4-2666 memory. Moreover, to fulfill your graphic needs, Expanscape has installed Nvidia’s GeForce GTX 1060 graphics card, featuring one 2.5-inch MLC SSD, with two PCIe 3.0 x4 M.2 SSDs, and a 2 TB 7200RPM hard drive.
Additionally, this laptop has all the latest connectivity technologies such as GbE, Wi-Fi, USB, and last but not least, Bluetooth. Among all these unique features and astonishing high-grade technologies, you must be wondering about the power source. Well, Expanscape has a solution for that as well. There are two batteries of 82Wh and 148Wh, which provide power to the central devices and all the screens, respectively.
Lastly, Expanscape has made these prototypes and already selling to potential buyers. Although, its design and performance aren’t for average users. However, it can be a useful device for most content creators, security companies, developers, and other people who need to use multiple screens at once.
In general, all of Expanscape’s seven-screen beast notebooks are prototypes. They have made few pieces to understand the market trends relating to their device; however, if any company needs to buy this device, they can always build more and deliver them this beast notebook.