Although currently the Project Linda is nothing more than a concept, it would be a knock to call it just an idea. Razer’s Project Linda is an ultraportable laptop, engineered to be powered and run from the android-based Razer Phone. When docked, the phone can serve as a power source, touchpad, hard drive, and much more.
The ability to dock your mobile device is the first step in bridging the gap between handheld accessibility and laptop convenience and power. The Linda’s setup, display, and dual-front firing speakers create an atmosphere perfect for gaming, artistry, and professionalism.
The ability to dock the phone and switch seamlessly between two devices is the flashiest component of the Linda, but what truly amazes is the 13.3” Quad HD touchscreen and the built-in keyboard, eliminating the hassle of typing or texting a long message or document on a mobile device. This convenience extends to gaming as well as you can take advantage of the larger display and ability to connect a mouse for precise clicks and movements. Also, with 200GB of internal storage, never worry about taking too many pictures and having to save them to the cloud.
Designed for a new age and built with consumers in mind, the Project Linda impresses and awes. I’m on the edge of my seat waiting to see when this concept may become a reality.