Razer wants to power a laptop with its Razer Phone

Razer wants to power a laptop with its Razer Phone

The shell itself is equipped with 13.3-inch Quad HD touch display, full-size keyboard with Razer Chroma backlighting and a 53.6 Whr battery that charges Razer Phone while it being docked as well as 200GB of internal storage.

That said, Razer's intent is to provide "enhanced productivity and differentiated gaming experiences" with Project Linda. Special Android keys on the Project Linda keyboard optimize it for use with the phone-which is, of course, the only way the laptop can be used. The smartphone and laptop hybrid concept harkens a new era for mobile personal computing, blending the familiar Android environment with the ease-of-use of a laptop.

Project Linda proves interesting for mobile gaming, adding mouse and keyboard control for extra precision. The phone's Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 835 mobile platform and 8 GB of RAM deliver responsive performance, instantly transforming Project Linda into an Android laptop. Once plugged in, the phone's display transfers to the laptop's 4K 120 Mhz touchscreen display, with the smaller screen acting as either a touchpad or a secondary display.

Razer wants to power a laptop with its Razer Phone
Razer wants to power a laptop with its Razer Phone

Razer typically puts its wacky concepts on display at CES 2018, and this year is no different. Connectivity options include a USB Type-C port and 3.5 mm audio jack.

Razer revealed Project Linda at the Consumer Electronics Show this week. With a fan base that spans every continent, the company has designed and built the world's largest gamer-focused ecosystem of hardware, software and services.

However, it is not a traditional gaming laptop despite having the same design language as per the company's Blade gaming laptops. Razer is listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (Stock Code: 1337).

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