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Razer at CES 2018: Project Linda, Two Minutes Hands-On

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At the start of CES, Razer announced Project Linda: a clamshell accessory for the Razer Phone that turns the smartphone into an Android-based laptop. The idea is that the phone is inserted into where the mousepad is, with the smartphone...Show More Summary

The Razer Phone might get a hardware update to make 'Project Linda' a reality later this year

A new rumor suggests Razer's "Project Linda" concept, which was showcased at CES 2018, may be announced as an official product in September with a second-generation model of the Razer Phone.  The concept combines the Razer Phone with...Show More Summary

Razer Phone 2 could launch in September alongside Project Linda

Razer is already working on the next iteration and it should be coming just a bit before the one year anniversary. A new rumor claims the Razer Phone 2 will be released in September.

CES 2018: Hands-on with Razer's Project Linda

Among the items that Shacknews got to check out during our time at last week's Consumer Electronics Show was an intriguing new laptop concept from Razer. While Project Linda isn't anywhere close to ready for consumer release, the folks...Show More Summary

Razer Put A Phone In A Laptop And I Don't Hate It

Image. Raul Marrero/Gizmodo I chuckled when I was first briefed about Razer's latest concept, Project Linda. It's a phone dock that turns the Razer Phone into a laptop! That concept has been done before, and it has always been deeply and profoundly stupid. Show More Summary

Razer Project Linda Laptop Concept

Razer’s Project Linda is a laptop dock for the Razer Phone. It has a 13.3? 2560×1440 touchscreen, 200GB of storage, a USB-C port, a USB-A port, and a headphone jack. It charges the phone, while the mobile device can act as a second screen or a touchpad.

Razer’s Project Linda turns a phone into a laptop

Razer’s Project Linda concept laptop incorporates the Razer phone, literally. The laptop is large, tricked-out dock for the phone which brings Android to a larger screen. What is it? Project Linda is a chassis with a large dock into which Razer smartphone owners can place their phone. Show More Summary

Hands On with Razer's Project Linda Laptop Concept

Razer had sort of a throw-back product on hand, the Project Linda Laptop Concept. This device merges the Razer smartphone with a laptop dock to create a single device that can do several things at once. Here is a quick look at the basic features of the Project Linda.

Razer Project Linda Turns Your Phone Into a Laptop

Since Razer just launched a new phone, the impressive and aptly named Razer Phone, naturally much of the company’s attention has been focused on that. Just now at CES we learned that Razer […] The post Razer Project Linda Turns Your Phone Into a Laptop appeared first on Geek.com.

CES 2018: How 'Project Linda' Adds a Laptop to the Razer Phone

Razer had a busy Consumer Electronics Show this year, with one of the company's biggest reveals surrounding its premium smartphone. The Razer Phone was first revealed in November and is among the most powerful phones on the market. And...Show More Summary

Check out this phone-laptop hybrid

It’s called “Project Linda.”        

Check out this phone-laptop hybrid

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It’s called “Project Linda.”        

Razer Concept Would Pair Its Smartphone with a Laptop Dock

Razer today revealed Project Linda, a smartphone and laptop hybrid concept that would pair the Razer handset with a laptop shell to create a single device. The Linda itself features a 13.3-inch 120 Hz screen, full keyboard, customized buttons, an internal battery and storage, and several ports (USB-A, USB-C, 3.5mm). Show More Summary

Razer's Project Linda Turns Your Phone into a Laptop

Razer aims to provide an experience that blends "the familiar Android environment with the ease-of-use of a laptop."

Razer Phone Gets Netflix HDR and Dolby Plus 5.1

If there was any doubt over whether or not Razer was taking smartphones seriously, I think today should clear that all up. Not only did the company show off a pretty cool Project Linda concept, they also announced at CES this morning...Show More Summary

Razer’s Project Linda is a Razer Phone-powered 13-inch laptop hybrid

The idea of using a phone to power a laptop isn’t entirely new; Motorola gave it a shot back in 2011 with the Laptop Dock for the Atrix 4G. But Razer‘s Project Linda might be another effort worth taking a look [...]

Razer’s crazy ‘Project Linda’ concept turns a powerful smartphone into an entire laptop

When Razer isn't busy making gorgeous laptops and colorful mice, it's notorious for bizarre experiments that it unveils annually during the International Consumer Electronics Show, better known as CES, in January.  This year is no exception — behold, "Project Linda": Yes, that is a laptop powered by a smartphone. Show More Summary

Razer’s Project Linda concept turns its Android phone into a laptop

Razer’s recently released Android smartphone could end up as its next laptop. The company revealed its Project Linda concept today at the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Linda is a hybrid laptop dock for the Razer Phone. When you connect the two devices, the phone powers a 13.3-inch screen, a full-sized keyboard, and […]

Project Linda laptop uses the Razer Phone as its brain, and its trackpad

The Consumer Electronics Show usually throws up its fair share of weird and wonderful gadgetry, and so it's proving once again for CES 2018. Take Project Linda from Razer, for example, a laptop concept where the brains and control system...Show More Summary

Razer’s Project Linda is a Sweet Laptop Dock for Your Razer Phone

At this year’s CES, Razer introduced Project Linda, listed as a concept, but a concept we hope to see make its way to the market quite soon. Project Linda is essentially a laptop dock for the Razer Phone, which turns the phone into your...Show More Summary

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