Razer New Gaming Phone Turn Into A Laptop With New Project Linda Prototype
Razer has unveiled Project Linda, which looks like a PC laptop but acts as a dock for the Razer Phone that turns the mobile device into what’s an Android-based laptop.
Project Linda takes on a style similar to the Razer Blade Stealth laptop but instead of a trackpad with a docking port that connects to the Razer Phone via USB-C. The phone’s screen is mirrored on Project Linda’s display and the phone itself becomes the trackpad or a second screen for some games.
Razer Phone has a 1440p 120 Hz display, Project Linda is only equipped with a 13.3-inch 1080p 60 Hz screen for now, but Razer said it plans on balancing the two devices’ resolutions and refresh rates in a new version of Project Linda.
The laptop will be powered by the processing power from the phone, which consists of a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chip and 8 GB of RAM running on Android. he only internals in Project Linda is a lithium-ion battery and 200 GB solid-state storage drive. With laptop fully charged can charge the phone 3 times, so it has a power bank in it. The keyboard has full functionality on Android and features gorgeous Chroma RGB backlighting. A 3.5mm audio jack and one USB 3.0 are built in as well, and you can connect mice via USB.
Project Linda didn’t get a release date or how much it will cost to the consumers, it is still in the test phase. Razer has a record of showing off prototype products which never hit the market for consumers, so let’s hope this is not one of those things. Check out the video below.