Razer Project Linda is Powered By a Smartphone
It’s a shell for the Razer Phone that converts the smartphone into a completely fledged Android-powered laptop.
Razer thinks that the Razer Project Linda idea will blur the lines between the smartphone and the laptop.
Although similar trials have been made in the past, Razer’s “Razer Project Linda” concept seems to be more genuine.
Razer Project Linda is a laptop shell without any powers of its own. Rather, the Razer Phone powers the whole set.
Razer Project Linda converts the Phone into an Android-powered laptop.
The smartphone slips into a slot where you’d usually find a trackpad, a USB Type-C port locks the device securely, and immediately you can see all your content into the laptop’s display.
Project Linda transforms the smartphone’s display into a touchpad, or a secondary screen for access to apps, tools, and more.
The shell itself highlights a 13.3-inch Quad HD (2560 x 1440, 120Hz ) touchscreen display with a 53.6 Wh battery,
Razer Project Linda also further highlights a 200GB of internal storage with a 3.5-millimeter audio jack, a USB-A port, a USB-C charging port, 720p webcam, and a microphone.
The keyboard highlights Razer’s iconic Chroma backlighting and some special Android keys for waking up Google Assistant and the app tray.
One important piece which is missing is the speakers, but that shouldn’t be an important concern considering the company’s Razer Phone has the best audio on a smartphone.
Razer states this is purely a concept at this time, so it continues to be seen if Linda ever shifts into a real product.
The Razer company is best known for its gaming-branded mouse, PCs, keyboard and other PC peripherals always bring cool concept devices during the Consumer Electronics Shows, better known as CES.
Last year, Razer represented a gaming laptop with three displays at the CES tech trade show in Las Vegas.