After the first image of the upcoming successor to the Razer Phone leaked, many were surprised by its design, especially how familiar it was. The Razer of last year was already distinguished by its angular design and the large aperture, and many thought the successor would change that. It did not do it. But what if the reason for the known form factor is a project that they teased earlier in the year?
During CES 2018, Razer once again distinguished itself by launching a new project that could bring it to market. Although Project Linda is not as dazzling as Project Valerie and her triple display, she has introduced a way to connect her new mobile department to her computer department. By using the Razer Phone as a mouse pad, second screen, and brain of a laptop, mobile players had an even better way to play on their phone.
As cool as the concept was, the problem many articulated was limiting the use of a clipping. The section, which is the dimensions of the Razer Phone, would limit the size of the Razer Phone 2, as both models would need to be supported for this project. And since Razer did just that, it seems that Razer is actually bringing this laptop to life. Not only did the accessory disassemble the phone, it could also compete better with the ASUS ROG Phone and its diverse accessories. It would also help them get some of their PC audience on their phone ̵
Project Linda is a concept that combines a laptop with the Razer phone during CES 2018. The notebook has a 13.3 "QuadHD touchscreen with a refresh rate of 120Hz, as does the Razer Phone, and has a keyboard that supports Razer Chroma, its RGB software, and has 200GB of internal memory you can save apps, games and media
What is unique is that it runs on the Razer Phone: Instead of using its own operating system, it uses the Android operating system of the Razer Phone and adapts the user interface to the layout of a Windows on – Powered PC, and this happens by replacing the trackpad with a snippet where you insert your Razer Phone The phone connects to the laptop via USB-C, which connects it when it slides into the cutout The hardware of the phone including CPU, GPU, RAM and speakers.
The laptop case offers an additional USB-C port and USB Type-A (normal USB), along with one A 3.5mm Headphone Jack Does not appear on the Razer Phone. Users can use a custom UI on their laptop Launch apps and games, use the Play Store, and access everything stored on your phone. In games, most of the interaction takes place on the main screen of the laptop. If supported by the game, the Razer Phones screen can serve as a second screen that displays menus and inventory to improve the ability to compete.
But especially important for players is that Android already supports mouse and keyboard input. By connecting a mouse (either via Bluetooth or USB), you can control your favorite game with traditional PC gaming tools. And thanks to Valve's Steam Link, PC gamers can also play their PC games on their laptop using the Android app to mirror the experience.