Project Linda by Razer, the hybrid between laptop and Android mobile -


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Thursday, 11 January 2018

Project Linda by Razer, the hybrid between laptop and Android mobile

Yesterday we were advancing the news that Razer had presented at CES 2018. From the new Razer Nommo and Razer Nommo Pro speakers to the new Razer HyperFlux technology that allows us to enjoy a mouse with wireless charging. But we were left in the pipeline to talk about the " Project Linda ": a hybrid laptop and mobile Android concept that uses the powerful Razer Phone , to offer us the best of both worlds, the mobility of a smartphone with the versatility of a laptop.

I think the best thing is that you know what this project is going by watching the following video:

The Project Linda is a 13.3-inch laptop with a design adapted to contain the Razer Phone smartphone inside. It is not the first time we see this type of devices in the market, I remember two or three attempts of different manufacturers to get together both worlds, although the results were never too good. This time in Razer have put all the meat in the spit to get the new hybrid computer proposal between laptop and smartphone work and do it in a spectacular way.

The laptop of this Project Linda de Razer has a chassis in which we can insert the Razer Phone where the touchpad has always been located. We remind you that this smartphone is a very powerful device equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor and with 8GB of RAM, which is accompanied by a 5.7-inch screen, the Razer Phone is used as a touchpad or as a second screen for quick access to the applications, programs and more functionalities that we can customize.

"Both Android and laptop users share the need for a device with a portability factor, which we provided through our previous design on Blade laptops with the recent Razer Phone," said Co-Founder and CEO of Razer, Min- Liang Tan. "Project Linda combines the best of both worlds, providing a larger screen and the use of a mechanical keyboard within an Android environment, and increased productivity capabilities."

This notebook has a full-size keyboard that helps improve productivity when we use it with this configuration, in addition to changing the experience when playing with it. Users will benefit from a comfortable typing experience, customized for the Android environment with keys dedicated to navigation, search and selection of applications. Razer Chroma backlight technology is ideal for low light situations and can also be customized with millions of standard and customizable colors and effects options. The user can complete the experience of using this laptop by attaching the smartphone to the port where we previously had the touchpad, or a mouse can be connected for greater control and precision in games and apps.

The chassis of this laptop is made of aluminum, with a thickness that reaches 15 mm and weighs around 1.25 kgs, when we use it with the Razer Phone. The 13.3-inch Quad HD touchscreen allows the 120 Hz experience available on the Razer Phone to be transferred to the notebook, with smooth operation and great visual richness. As for the internal battery, it comes equipped with a 53.6 Wh battery that can be used to recharge the Razer Phone up to 3 times, if it is not charged.

Inside this laptop found a hard drive of 200 GB of storage, thus diverse connectivity options, ranging from a mini-jack audio port of 3.5, a USB-A port, a USB-C charging port, internal webcam of 720p and an internal microphone that allows us to communicate with other people.

If the Razer Phone was a device that I wanted, now thanks to this Project Linda is a smartphone that I would love to have. Hopefully soon we can see it in stores at a good price.

For more information about the Project Linda you can visit the project website

Greetings from the depths of the bytes.

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