Razer always come to CES with something in their hand and there is no exception for this year’s edition as well. Making its debut through the event this week, the company has brought forward a brand-new concept laptop called Project Linda.
However, it is not a traditional gaming laptop despite having the same design language as per the company’s Blade gaming laptops. In fact, the core of Project Linda is actually the Razer Phone that the company released last year and merged it into a laptop shell.
In other words, Project Linda is a laptop powered by Razer Phone but that is not its only role in the package. This is because the phone can also be utilized as a touchpad or a second display for apps, tools, and other usages while being docked into Project Linda’s laptop shell.
The shell itself is equipped with 13.3-inch Quad HD touch display, full-size keyboard with Razer Chroma backlighting and a 53.6 Whr battery that charges Razer Phone while it being docked as well as 200GB of internal storage. Other than that, it also carries 3.5mm audio jack, USB-A port, USB-C charging port, 720p webcam, and dual-array microphone.
The idea of smartphone-powered laptop is nothing new as there were so many such implementations over the years. Nevertheless, it is still a good effort by Razer in keeping up with its tradition to attend CES with interesting devices on its hands.
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