You have a supercomputer in your pocket, but chances are you still carry around a different, separate one in your briefcase or backpack.
As phones get more powerful, there’s really no reason for it to be this way. Razer’s Project Linda, announced today at CES 2018, is a tantalizing glance into a world where the two finally converge, even though you might not see it happen any time soon.
Project Linda is, on some level, just a phone case. A phone case that’s shaped like a laptop, sports a 13.3-inch quad-HD display, 53.6Wh battery, 200 GB of storage capacity, a keyboard, and a handful of ports.
When paired with a Razer Phone that acts as its brain and touchpad, Linda can roar to life as a laptop that looks nearly identical to Razer’s ‘Blade’ line of gaming clamshells. Checkout this video >>>