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CES 2018 | Project Linda

Discussion in 'Systems' started by Deleted member 368765, Jan 9, 2018.

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  1. Killi8n

    Killi8n Well-Known Member

    The moment when you play the game on this laptop, and you get the rage so you hit the keyboard you just break your mobile. :D I MUST HAVE IT !! :D
    Zekkee and dpgx81 like this.
  2. surfer1081

    surfer1081 Well-Known Member

    Very impressive with the " thinking outside the box" ideas. Great job Razer
  3. 0V3R_K1LL

    0V3R_K1LL Well-Known Member

    So you guys were just trolling when you said you wouldnt win this year.
    DRIFT_IT and dadref like this.
  4. bowiescompanda

    bowiescompanda Active Member

    Linda's a popular girl. Apple's News app blasted c|net's story on this a few minutes ago.
  5. Killi8n

    Killi8n Well-Known Member

    When you connect a mobile with Linda, will it use the speakers from mobile??
  6. dpgx81

    dpgx81 New Member

    yes it uses the razer phones speakers and does not have speakers of its own.
  7. ottojr

    ottojr New Member

    ITS BEST for android
  8. Jenjar

    Jenjar Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    This is amazing! It would be cool to see it have some kind of core like feature too
  9. radioCyclamenbook293

    radioCyclamenbook293 Active Member

    Amazing idea, looks so cool. However, was there any project from CES that actually came to customers? And another thing I'm afraid that other products will loose focus because of this. They dropped nabu support, stargazer just disappierd and many many more. It's sad to see such products die, and yet they had so big potential.
  10. DRIFT_IT

    DRIFT_IT Well-Known Member

    This is going to end the same way switch Blade UI ended. Devs arent interested unless they make some money from it and that wont fly with most consumers since we all prefer free apps on android anyways.
    0V3R_K1LL likes this.
  11. kristofszabo

    kristofszabo Member

    Am I the only one who doesn't get the reason for it besides maybe to lower the cost?
    But we're talking about Razer, it probably wouldnt be cheap either
    if you need to carry a laptop sized thing, you might aswell carry a fully capable one
    Sparing space for a phone never been an issue for me, so I really dont get the reason anyone would buy such thing
  12. Christinde

    Christinde Well-Known Member

    I like it.
    I did have a feeling that we would get something cool that would work with the Phone. But never as big as this x3
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  13. Joikansai

    Joikansai Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    Video reviews up on the air guys.
  14. Komarytpl

    Komarytpl New Member

    LOL ! that is so cool ;O
  15. p1l0t3

    p1l0t3 Member

    I already saw a project like that. Unfortunately the biggest issue will be usability.
    We all protect our phones. Be it with skins or cases.

    This integration will need phone users to strip their phones each time they want it to be plug in. Therefore, the case will wear faster, and it is annoying to be forced to do that each time you want to use this laptop.

    I love the idea, but this is a main issue.
  16. Arelmunda

    Arelmunda Well-Known Member

    That is so awesome. This must move from concept to production. Of course I can't even buy the phone yet... :slightly_sad:
  17. evilchargerfan

    evilchargerfan Well-Known Member

    I can see this being useful to those who rely solely on a cell phone as their "personal computer".
  18. SirJayDee

    SirJayDee Active Member

    Another thing that makes it harder to resist replacing my phone.
  19. bowiescompanda

    bowiescompanda Active Member

    I think the thing here is the "productivity" enhancing aspect. You're taking a gaming phone aimed at one (potentially) profitable market of users and giving it a whole new function that adds another (potentially) profitable market of users. That's (potentially) no small thing. There's (potentially) some potential there.

    For me, as far as I've seen, you can't credibly conduct business using just a phone (maybe this is just my world and what I do, but I've tried, so there you go...). If you told me I could buy (or have IT buy for me) a laptop-shell that turns my phone into a laptop workstation, I'd be on that immediately. It doesn't have to have a ton of features. Hell the ports in the demo would suffice. And I'd say toss the idea of on-board storage. Portability is the name of the game.

    Ultimately it all depends on the answer to Linus' very good question in the video linked above: pricing. I "could" see myself purchasing something like this for me to use professionally, but I suspect the price point is going to be higher than I would be willing to pay (not to mention the cost of switching phones, but we'll see). I'm not sure, though, that it will be too expensive for an IT department to consider, however that'd necessitate purchasing Razer phones for employees, which may (should?) be a more long-term goal for Razer (i.e. a Razer Phone Pro with specs/features geared towards business users). That last thought is probably a thread-worthy discussion on its own, though.
  20. _BadWolfNL_

    _BadWolfNL_ New Member

    Nice! Of course i hope this won't be too expensive as i still didn't buy the phone. . . cause if buying them both will be quite expensive already i think xD
    Last edited: Jan 9, 2018
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