Project Linda turns your Razer Phone into a Razer laptop

Project Linda turns your Razer Phone into a Razer laptop

Project Linda turns your Razer Phone into a Razer laptop

Although that was a huge milestone for mobile gaming, Razer has set the bar even higher by announcing a new project, which will allow gamers to utilize the Razer Phone's potential fully. The infamous gaming company is known for their wide variety of gaming peripherals including laptops, mice, displays, and more.

The Razer laptop comes with an empty space for the touchpad, which is actually a docking station for the Razer Phone. Once you slide in your Razer Phone in Project Linda, you can play games on it, browse the Internet, watch YouTube videos or send email.

Razer had this unique idea of powering its latest laptop using the powerful Razer Phone, which comes with Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chipset or Exynos 8895 octa-core processor depending on the country. The content from the Razer Phone will then be shown on the Project Linda's large display; you can use the provided physical QWERTY keyboard of the laptop and the Razer Phone itself as a trackpad for a genuine laptop experience.

Enjoy the comfort and precision of a backlit laptop keyboard, powered by Razer Chroma.

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Razer's Project Linda laptop seamlessly docks the Razer Phone inside its chassis where a touchpad would normally reside, and connects with the press of a button.

Other features of the Razer laptop include 200GB onbaord storage, USB-A port, USB Type-C charging port, 3.5mm headphone jack, 720p HD webcam, a dual-array microphone and the phone's 8 gigs worth RAM to run the show. However, for sound output, it relies on Razer Phone's speakers as it doesn't have any built-in speaker, and, it only works with Razer Phone and not any other Android smartphone.

The Razer Phone is the first smartphone from the company, and it has attracted quite some attention with the industry's first 120Hz display in a smartphone and dual-amplified front-facing stereo speakers along with powerful hardware. Talking about the device, Razer co-founder and CEO Min-Liang Tan said, "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".

Razer's Project Linda is now just a concept, and, there's no information on whether or not it will ever be released commercially.

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