Just like last year, Razer once again made heads turn at the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas after it unveiled another of its exciting concept products.
During the event, the gaming peripherals giant introduced Project Linda, a concept that basically acts as a laptop chassis powered by the Razer smartphone. If you think about it, Project Linda works a lot like your standard smartphone dock, with the essentials of a laptop—screen, keyboard and memory—crammed into one complete package.
Using it is as easy as sliding your smartphone into where the laptop trackpad would typically be and you can instantly enjoy running Android on a much larger scale.
Project Linda’s features include the following: a 13.3” QHD touch display, RGB keyboard, 200GB internal storage and a power bank that can be considered as the system’s battery pack. Oh, and Razer didn’t forget to throw in a headphone jack.
Don’t get your hopes too high though since there’s no guarantee that Razer will release this product to consumer markets. It’s a concept after all but it’s still exciting to see something like Project Linda, which integrates all the basics that our smartphones lack in an ultraportable hybrid setup.
You can find out more about Project Linda with this quick hands-on review from Michael Fisher a.k.a. Mr. Mobile: