The Americans at CES in Las Vegas presented an idea that uses their latest smartphone – Razer Phone. I am afraid that this may be another fashion that will begin to appear on the mobile market.
When Razer Phone appeared on the market, I thought: oh, another idea that would fail, as in the case of Essential, Nextbit or other smaller producers all the time trying to break into the top. I have looked at some reviews of Western bloggers and I have to admit that this device is really good – I write it without a trace of irony . This time, however, during the ongoing CES 2018 exhibition in Las Vegas, Razer decided to show something that will be a kind of extension for their flagship device. More specifically, I am referring to Project Linda, a docking station in the form of … a laptop. It's a similar idea to what Samsung tries to push with the DeX stand – connect your smartphone and turn it into a computer, just like that. The Razer Project Linda notebook has a 13.3-inch screen that works in Quad HD resolution and uses screen refresh at 120 Hz – just like a smartphone. The whole weighs just over a kilo and is 15 millimeters thick. Under the casing you will find a 53.6 Wh battery and 200 GB memory for data and multimedia. The computer also contains a number of connectors, and the Razer Phone itself is placed in the position in which the trackpad is normally located. You connect headphones, pads and other peripherals to a game or work – it looks interesting, at least on paper. For now, Project Linda is just a prototype – we did not recognize its price or the official date when it could hit the stores. In my opinion, however, it is better that this device does not appear at all in the accessibility for a wider group of people . Why? Because I think that the idea itself is very limited in terms of configuration and probably grows faster than some flagship mobile devices.Of course, all this is interesting and it is very possible that this is the future of smartphones and work for people who often move with a laptop in a backpack or a suitcase. Razer did not say how much it can withstand the whole on a single charge and how long-term connection Razer Phone will work in the context of the consumption of its electronics. There are a lot of questions. The most important thing is: are things like Project Linda really needed? Source: Razer