Razer outs Project Linda, a laptop-shaped dock for the Razer Phone
Razer's outs Project Linda, a laptop-shaped dock for the Razer Phone
Razer has maintained its tradition of showing up at CES with some kind of weird concept hardware this year with Project Linda, a dock for the recently launched Razer Phone which turns into a Razer Blade Stealth-looking laptop.
Linda is made without any hardware and all processing is handled by the Razer Phone. To set it up, users just have to put the phone into dock and press a hardware button that cause a USB-C port to extend directly into the phone, locking it in place. The laptop will then power on and then the Razer phone’s display will turn into a touchpad.
The laptop runs a desktop version of Android which in turn comes with a caveat of limiting the games you can play on it. Razeer is showcasing Linda at CES with Vainglory, an Android Multiplayer Online Battle Arena (MOBA).
Linda comes with an extra storage space at around 200GB, based on the CES prototype. It also comes with a built-in battery which can charge the Razer Phone while it is docked.
Linda does have extra storage space (around 200GB on the CES prototype) and it also has a built-in battery that charges the Razer Phone while it is docked.
No word yet on whether Linda will be available in the market.