Razer won't go into specifics around Project Linda's internals, but we do know it has enough battery to fully charge the Razer Phone three times over, and should last you almost all day if used like a laptop. Gamer lifestyle company Razer announced today the inclusion of both premium digital formats through its Razer Phone. Project Linda concept blurs the lines between the smartphone and the laptop.
While the Razer Phone has a 1440p 120 Hz display, Project Linda (in its current form) is only equipped with a 13.3-inch 1080p 60 Hz screen, although Razer said it plans on matching the two devices' resolutions and refresh rates in a new iteration of Project Linda.
Cleverly, when docked, the Razer Phone works as the laptop's touchpad as it slides into the front of the keyboard. Razer's project Linda aims to leverage the power of the Razer Phone and instantly transforms it into an Android based laptop PC. That's not just a saying, the laptop literally pairs with the smartphone.
So what makes Project Linda different? The phone itself can then be used as a trackpad if you so desire, or it can be used as a secondary display to launch apps and other items.
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Keep in mind that Project Linda is purely a proof of concept; Razer hasn't released any pricing or availability details because they may never bring the device to market.
Enjoy the comfort and precision of a backlit laptop keyboard, powered by Razer Chroma. Hit up the project's official web page for more information.
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. The laptop also contains a 53 Wh battery that Razer claims can charge the phone up to three times, an additional 200 GB of storage, a single USB Type-C charging port, a USB 3.0 Type-A port, and a headphone jack. You also get pristine sound quality because the speakers on the Razer Phone are firing upwards. With this in mind, it should come as no surprise to learn that Razer is looking to do even more with the device.