CES 2014: Razer unveils Project Christine, a radical concept gaming desktop
Published on Jan 8, 2014 1:48 PM
LAS VEGAS - Two years agao at CES 2012, PC gaming company Razer announced Project Fiona – a gaming tablet with PC-grade processing power. Last year, Fiona became a full-fledged product known as Razer Edge.
This year, Razer has once again announced a new prototype, a modular PC called Project Christine.
The project looks to fill an empty spot in Razer’s lineup – the gaming desktop. Razer’s radical take on the gaming desktop is a completely modular and futuristic system with pods known as modules being connected to a main spine tower. The processor and motherboard are actually situated somewhere in the whole spine tower.
Each module is self-contained with built-in liquid cooling and noise cancellation. Gamers can install modules, such as a Blu-ray drive, memory, storage, or even four graphics processing units, easily and requires no cables.
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