The British notebook design developer recently showed a prototype of a notebook that integrates 7 displays, called Aurora 7. This notebook looks very cool and cool, but it doesn’t seem to be practical.
According to the introduction, Aurora 7 is equipped with four 17.3-inch displays with 4K resolution (two horizontal work and two vertical work), in addition to three 1920×1200 resolution 7-inch auxiliary small screens. All screens can be folded or rotated out of the main frame. The entire notebook weighs about 12 kg, so it is not easy to carry, but it is naturally easier to carry than a notebook with six external monitors.
Expanscape’s Aurora 7 prototype is mainly for groups with special tasks, such as security operations center personnel, data scientists, content creators, and so on. In terms of configuration, Aurora 7 is not much better. It is equipped with an Intel Core i9-9900K processor and is equipped with 64GB DDR4-2666 memory. It uses Nvidia’s GeForce GTX 1060 graphics card, two PCIe 3.0 x4 M.2 SSDs, one 2.5-inch MLC SSD and a 2TB 7200RPM hard drive.
The Aurora 7 prototype also has two built-in batteries. The main battery has a capacity of 82Wh to power the system itself, and the auxiliary battery has a capacity of 148Wh to power the screen. The official said that the battery life is about 2 hours and 20 minutes, but under high load Battery life will be reduced.
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