Every year at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, technology companies around the world debut their upcoming products and projects. Last year, Razer debuted Project Valerie, a Razer Blade laptop with two additional screens attached to the sides. This year, Razer showcased a concept that’ll make you think “damn, that’s cool,” called Project Linda.
Project Linda utilizes Razer’s first ever Android smartphone by giving it an insert into 13.3’’ laptop with some killer specs:
- Quad HD 120hz Touchscreen Display
- 200GB Internal Storage
- Full laptop keyboard with Chroma lighting
- 1 x USB Type-C port
- 1 x USB Type-A port
- 1 x Headphone jack
When docked, the phone transfers duties to the laptop, becoming either a second screen for some games or a standard(yet colorful) trackpad as you operate a resized and a custom version of Android.
Looking to pick one up? Put your wallet away because these projects are concepts at best. While Razer does have a working prototype at their CES booth that you can see in action here, you’ll most likely have to wait a couple of months, or years, to even see a release date; that’s assuming the project makes it to production.
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