In addition to the annual updates of their keyboards, mice and other gaming gadgets Razer has brought to CES 2018 extremely unusual device codenamed Project Linda, which is a docking station in the form of a laptop. This conceptual docking station that has a special port in the place where laptop is usually located touchpad. In this cavity the user will be able to put the first smartphone for gamers Razer Phone that we told you not so long ago.
Powerful smartphone is capable of becoming the “heart” of this makeshift laptop. Because within him the powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 835, 8 GB of RAM, and it works under the Android operating system 7.1.1 Nougat. The power of a smartphone enough to display on its 5.7-inch screen image with a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels (density 514 ppi) and a refresh rate of images is 120 Hz. Agree, from this gadget to power laptop will not be so difficult.
When placed in the dock, the smartphone becomes not only its hardware, but also serves as a touchpad for navigation applications. Visitors of an exhibition suggested to use this touchpad to play video games on a 13.3-inch Quad HR-screen docking station, and to process pictures in the graphics editor. Some games allow you to use a smartphone screen to display additional icons, and function keys. Docking station is equipped with a USB-C port through which it is combined with a smartphone, and exchanges data in parallel charging from the mains.
Design docking station many journalists impressed. This black sleek body made of soft-touch materials with inherent Razer designers attention to detail. An RGB keyboard in all colors and calmly adjusted for any user and his preferences. In the docking station built web camera with a resolution of 720p and dual microphone in case, if you decide to make a video. Of course, there is on the case and a 3.5 mm connector for AudioCenter.
Inside the housing of the docking station is the battery able to charge a smartphone three times in a row, and the data storage capacity of 200 GB, which you can save files and install apps. The representatives of Razer, of course, make it clear to journalists that this is just a prototype and it is still unknown will he do in the end. However, some visitors to the exhibition genuinely interested in the device. So, maybe one day it will indeed appear on store shelves.