CES 2018: Razer's Project Linda can make Android gaming more fun

CES 2018: Razer's Project Linda can make Android gaming more fun

CES 2018: Razer's Project Linda can make Android gaming more fun

Razer's Project Linda wants to change that, while offering a cheap laptop solution for those who purchased its Razer Phone, by letting you plug it right into the laptop shell. The idea is you slot your Razer Phone into the front docking port and power the entire laptop with it, leveraging the phone's impressive graphical and processing capabilities to game on a device with a higher quality, larger screen and the added keyboard and mouse functionality of a laptop.

The unibody aluminum chassis measures 15-mm thin and weighs 1.25 kg including the docked phone.

Razer's Project Linda is essentially a phone dock with keyboard and screen that's meant to give users a full-fledged laptop experience. The Razer Phone 5.7-inch display can be used as a touchpad, or as a second screen for access to apps, tools, and more.

"Android power users and laptop enthusiasts share a need for performance in a mobile form factor, which we provide with our award-winning Razer Phone and Razer laptops".

Through the press of a button, a USB Type-C connection pops out of the dock and into a Razer phone, which provided the computer horsepower to push the pixels on the dock's 13.3in QHD display.

As one of the few companies in the world to straddle user interfaces, laptops and smartphones, Project Linda is a groundbreaking concept that blurs the lines between the smartphone and the laptop.

Project Linda is still a concept, and won't be available in the market soon. That said, the keyboard also features Android's back, home and recent app navigation keys because what you are seeing on Project Linda is Android after all. The Razer Chroma™ backlighting is ideal for low-light situations and can also be personalized with millions of color options. Inside the laptop is 200 GB of storage, and connectivity options include a built in 3.5-millimeter audio jack, a USB-A port, a USB-C charging port, 720p webcam, and a dual-array microphone.

Project Linda bridges the gap between handheld entertainment and laptop convenience.

Yes, the Project Linda is powered by Razer Phone.

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