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CES 2018 | Project Linda

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

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  1. iubjaved

    iubjaved Active Member

    I saw similar thing on a kickstarter project before, the product is called Superbook. But this is a way to use the power razer phone holds, and game at the same time. I wonder if any pc game will run fine there.
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  2. reloader-1

    reloader-1 Well-Known Member

    Zero point to this whatsoever.

    No one wants to run a larger Android OS, what most people want is the ability to play non-Android games, and to use full powered PC products such as Office/Photoshop/CAD etc.

    It’s a nice concept, but been done several times before. Kickstarter and Indiegogo are littered with examples of these already.

    Ideally, this would run Windows games but the Windows phone is dead. Nice try, Razer, but this won’t make any headway.
    Zekkee and bowiescompanda like this.
  3. phpham16

    phpham16 New Member

    So what will happen if you dont have the phone? No mousepad laptop?
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  4. kristofszabo

    kristofszabo Member

    Yea thats true, also Linus' video made me thinking, that it potentially could be a very good solution for example mid sized companies with an open office, where you dont necerrarly have your own desk, that seems like a trend nowadays.
    In that case the longevity is a really good question, because okay you bought these extentions, 10 or 20 or so for your office but realisticly this phone will be obsolete in about 2 years. So then this all only makes sense if Razer stays at the same or sameish form factor.
    If that's something we can count on and let's say I make a startup I might even consider investing money, but I doubt we would get this kind of ensurance unfortunatelly. Longevity is not something that any major tech company is strong in.
    Except for the ThinkPad series, There you can be almost sure that if you buy the dock for example it will last you.
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  5. Threemoons

    Threemoons Active Member

    What goes in the smartphone slot when your phone is not in it? Can you drop something else like maybe a touchpad in there?
  6. BiutifulSea

    BiutifulSea Active Member

    So cool!
  7. That is actually amazing *.*
  8. Eamon_Ftw

    Eamon_Ftw New Member

    Razer, you have done it again. Outdoing yourself every year. This looks amazing
  9. Jenjar

    Jenjar Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    I think it only works with the phone in it from what I can tell from looking at articles and such on it so far, so I think when the phone is not there it is meant to be closed and its just kind of an empty spot for the phone to go.
  10. Trevsco_no_id

    Trevsco_no_id New Member

    You guys Hit the absolute SWEET SPOT !!!!
    Just tell us that its coming out please !!!!!!!!!!!!
  11. brian.edition

    brian.edition Well-Known Member

    Looks like I need two things now: No 1. Razer Phone No 2. Divorce Papers because my new Lady will be called Linda o_O
  12. bowiescompanda

    bowiescompanda Active Member

    I haven't seen the concept tried by a phone manufacturer (if it's been done I've missed it), which in my mind makes it more credible (or maybe, more accurately, more realistically available someday in the future down the road?) than the crowdfunded efforts.

    Everything else you said is spot on. It doesn't really do anything extra for the gaming community since it doesn't open up any additional gaming opportunities besides those already available on the Android OS (I guess you can count playing a mobile game on a quasi-laptop as...I dunno kinda cool?).

    My thought concerning enterprise use, something I think Linus mentions offhandedly in his video, was that if Google does eventually merge its Android OS and Chrome OS then that opens the door to some additional possibilities - Google Drive's office suite at the very least, but can't you use Docs, Sheets, Slides, etc. on the Android OS? (Serious question; I've never owned, nor spent any significant time with, an Android phone) But unless people can have access to - at a minimum - MS Office programs then the appeal for business users will be limited.

    The more I think about it the more I think that it might be something that's like 3-5 years too soon. Or too late if you really want a Windows phone. Still dig the concept though.
  13. SireOblivion

    SireOblivion Active Member

    Nothing, it's not a laptop. It's an attachment that allows you to use your Razer Phone in a laptop form factor which is interesting, but I agree with others, it's pointless because of the Android OS.

    Now if they could release a line of Razer Blade's that run Windows and allow me to dock my Razer Phone in it and use it as a secondary screen/trackpad but not be stuck in the Android environment would be great. I would use the hell of it just for multitasking since I always have both devices on me anyway.
  14. bowiescompanda

    bowiescompanda Active Member

    The constantly evolving form-factor in mobile phones is a good point. Someone else mentioned the hassle of dealing with phone cases, which I can see being an issue for some. I refuse to use cases ever (if I have my phones in cases I'll drop them more often) so something else I didn't think about.
    kristofszabo likes this.
  15. OneTreadLife

    OneTreadLife Well-Known Member

    Nice, now to see how long it may take for this to be considered standard equipment for higher education.
  16. pmai7

    pmai7 Active Member

    That's brilliant!
  17. cyncle

    cyncle Active Member

    Honestly I think this is a bit stupid. That means razer phone has to stay the same design and size forever or the project Linda is useless when I upgrade to new phone.
    Dirrtydog and Threemoons like this.
  18. Ohh i really want that one
  19. lolmop103

    lolmop103 Active Member

    AWESOME !!!!!

    Thank you so much RAZER LOVE YOU
  20. Dat1Fish

    Dat1Fish Active Member

    Razer Linda?
    More like The Razer Blade (with the Switch Blade Trackpad from the Razer blade pro)
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