This also allows the user to use the Razer phone as a trackpad for the laptop itself, giving you a decent sized trackpad that also will allow you to perform various tasks that you would on the phone on the bigger screen.
Razer always has something ridiculous to show off at CES, and while some of its past prototypes never made it beyond the show floor (like that 3-screen laptop), Project Linda looks like a contender. According to the company, the Project Linda will act as a bridge to fill the gap between handheld entertainment and laptop convenience. The device docks the Razer Phone inside the chassis where a touchpad is placed and it connects with the press of a button. The entire system would be rendered completely useless if Razer changes the phone's form factor with its next release-an extremely common move by smartphone manufacturers. The dock also features its own 53.6 Wh internal battery that, when fully charged, can charge the docked phone three separate times. It has a 13.3-inch Quad HD touchscreen extends the 120 Hz experience available on the Razer Phone to a larger display, providing fluid motion and vibrant visuals. Ideal for both quick text entries and lengthy typing sessions, and complete with custom Android keys for navigation, app selection, searching, and more.
Another perk of having the Razer phone on hand is that you'll be getting the superior sound quality that the phone has to offer, seeing as its speakers point up. Or if you prefer, if can be used an interactive secondary touch display, or run a second app in tandem with the 13.3-inch display. Personally, I am interested to see the final product; until then, check out a few screenshots of Project Linda below.
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Project Linda features a built-in power bank that quickly charges the Razer Phone while docked. The Razer Phone's performance, display, and dual front-firing speakers combine seamlessly with Project Linda's larger screen, keyboard, and battery to provide the ultimate mobile hybrid setup for gaming, creativity, and productivity.
Although, it is unknown whether Project Linda will officially release.
ABOUT RAZER:Razer™ is the world's leading lifestyle brand for gamers. Razer is likely still tinkering around with the concept to get it right, with plans to commence a commercial production perhaps being somewhere in the near future.