In addition to Nommo Chroma computer speakers, Razer unveiled Project Linda, a pretty cool concept laptop powered by Razer Phone. Like the idea? Let’s have a look.
Razer Project Linda is an innovative laptop dedicatedly designed for Razer Phone. The concept laptop measures 0.59 inches in thickness, and as we can see from the images, there is a custom cradle blow the backlit keyboard of Project Linda, so you can dock your Razer Phone in the cradle, which allows it to serve as an intelligent touchpad, and the phone’s performance, display, and dual front-firing speakers will combine seamlessly with the laptop’s 13.3″ Quad HD touchscreen display.
In addition to serving as a touchpad, the Razer Phone’s screen also works as an interactive second touch display for custom interfaces or additional apps. Furthermore, the keyboard features Razer Chroma lighting, and custom Android keys deliver convenient navigation, searching and more. Apart from these, built-in power bank quickly charges the phone while docked. And 200GB internal storage is ideal for storing various apps, games, media and your phone’s backups. Unfortunately, we have no idea whether the laptop will hit the market.