Razer’s Project Linda Concept is a laptop mainly powered by the newly released Razer phone. It works by docking the Razer phone on the laptop. Not only does it serve as the main brain power of the laptop, but it can also be used as the touchpad.
The trend of laptops being run by smartphone processors are beginning to become more prominent. As for the Project Linda, it’ll be run by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 mobile chipset, the Razer Phone’s processor.
Bigger display for fluid display and vibrant visuals
The laptop has a 13.3” Quad HD touchscreen that extends the 120Hz experience available on the Razer Phone to a much larger display. Meanwhile, the Razer phone has a 5.7″ touchscreen that functions as a second touch display for interfaces and apps, along with being the touchpad.
Powered by Razer Chroma
The laptop keyboard is illuminated by Razer Chroma. The keyboard features quick access keys such as Home, Switch Apps, Screen Capture and Dock/Undock.
Users can enjoy seamless android gaming while using the laptop. A wireless mouse can also be connected for an even better control while gaming. It also has 200GB of internal storage, which serves as plenty of room for more games, apps and other media.
Since the phone is being used 100% of the time when docked to the Laptop, it’s easy to expect that it’ll run out of battery sooner rather than later. Good thing Project Linda has a built-in power bank that can charge the Razer phone while docked.
Project Linda is a great and innovative concept. Although, the question we should be asking is, will it even make it to the market? There has been a lot of concepts, not just Razer related, that never got to the market and we hope this isn’t one of them.
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