If you normally work at home using multiple monitor setups where you have two or maybe three displays, then going to work on a laptop with a single, small-ish display might seem a bit jarring and somewhat limiting. However, a company by the name of Expanscape has debuted a prototype laptop called the Aurora 7 that will solve all your problems, and then some.

What makes the Aurora 7 stand out from other laptops is the fact that it comes with seven displays folded within it, meaning that when you open it, you’ll be able to see your content across seven displays. As you can see from the photo, there are four regular-sized monitors, two smaller ones on each side, and another one embedded below the keyboard.

The company notes that this is a prototype, but at the same time they are willing to sell it. According to Expanscape, “Expanscape will be manufacturing and selling and leasing our prototypes even before they are finalized as we recognize there is an immediate demand for these items in the DevOps, SecOps, CyberSecurity and Day;Stock;Commodity Trader communities.”

Interestingly enough, Expanscape isn’t the first company to dream up of such a concept. Back in 2017, Razer took the wraps off Project Valerie, a gaming laptop that came with a triple display setup, although it should be noted that it was never released or sold.

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