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CES 2018 | Project Linda

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

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  1. Wontollaz

    Wontollaz Active Member

    I would like to know if can be used as a full tablet, so the Linda dock has a touch screen and can be rotated 180 degrees like Yoga
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  2. Zekkee

    Zekkee Well-Known Member

    This is an amazing step forward.. we are going to look at phones become part of mainstream gaming devices with Games having mobile and PC gaming integration to allow people to play their games in a more mobile and versatile way
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  3. Burrito_Boyee

    Burrito_Boyee New Member

    Really cool!!! Just one thing though. All phones tend to get really really hot after long use. What are you guys going to do about the cooling system? I mean I don't know about everyone else but a touchpad that is like 30 degrees Celsius would be a real pain in the arse. Looks real good though apart from that.
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  4. Noisyboy8888

    Noisyboy8888 New Member

    Well hope the price is nice too !
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  5. NebulaMask

    NebulaMask Active Member

    CES has so many neat things!
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  6. ZiCott

    ZiCott Member

    I just purchased the new Phone, and Stealth...why dont I just give you my bank account details, and take my money...but when you stop to think about it...people switch phones every 2 years, sometimes sooner...Next Year you will announce a Razer Phone 2..., than what? Will the dimensions of the new phone remain the same? or will you announce a LINDA ver 2.0 for each new RAZER Phone?
  7. Ahliang98

    Ahliang98 New Member

    i wan to get a razer phone and this laptop
  8. Asten__

    Asten__ Active Member

    Wow - now that really is a cool idea!
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  9. shinchong

    shinchong New Member

    This looks awesome
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  10. nightzmarez

    nightzmarez New Member

    I wonder how much would it cost
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  11. Asten__

    Asten__ Active Member

    Indeed that will be the question!
    I remeber there were concepts like that from Ausus with tablets - but not to the extent which Razer did here - and i find the idea especially great that you do *not* need a tablet - your phone and this device is all you need - and you get the laptop - feel when using it - way to go!!
  12. poppacalypse

    poppacalypse Well-Known Member

    this is insane!
  13. p1l0t3

    p1l0t3 Member

    this and the fact that not everybody usse their phone naked. So what about cases to remove each time you want to plug in. Unfortunately as the razerphone is very scratch and ding prone, people have protected it right away (I did too).

    I love the integration thinking, but there should be a way to integrate it more easily either or not you have a case.
    And if there is a wish to go mainstream, to be able to dock other phones than razer's.
  14. Dirrtydog

    Dirrtydog New Member

    Well, Apple registered a patent for this and never seen or heard after thatse Razer actually build a physical concept of the idea. Atm, idk if it counts who was the 1st to come up with the idea but who is the 1st to deliver it to us. So..Razer is the closest.

    Also, would have been better if the phone's USB-C port had 3.1 speeds not 1.0 (12 Mbps) and if the Linda dock also had a micro/mini HDMI / DP port to connect it easier to larger display.
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  15. markieg

    markieg Active Member

    Would have been better to use phone as a trackpad and the laptop still a laptop
  16. hasimo14

    hasimo14 Well-Known Member

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  17. Grimmwor

    Grimmwor Active Member

    OKAY - This is completely fricking RAD! :heart_eyes:
  18. reloader-1

    reloader-1 Well-Known Member

    But it hasn’t been nominated for any category whatsoever in the awards that matter - the Engadget Best of CES Awards. That means for the first time in 7 years, Razer will not win any Engadget award at CES.

    This was a down year - let’s see what you can do next year Razer!
    Last edited: Jan 10, 2018
  19. Raizerleaf

    Raizerleaf New Member

    Razer please make this concept project a reality. This would be a dream setup for me as someone who juggles a phone and a tablet (instead of a laptop).
  20. M-Carrollz

    M-Carrollz New Member

    this is gunna be a great test bed for game devs. use the computer and see what it's going to look like on the android platform in one motion. kudos
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