Razer at CES lifted the curtains over its new project known as ‘’Project Linda’’. Razer Project Linda is a 13.3 inch laptop that will be entirely powered by the Razer Phone.
The Razer Phone can be connected to the Project Linda laptop via its dock. That is placed where the track-pad can be found on any other laptop. Which not only powers the laptop but can also be used as a track-pad as well. Razer also says that their Razer Phone will deliver a “responsive performance, instantly transforming Project Linda into an Android laptop”.
Razer Project Linda is an interesting concept for users who want to do much more with their phones. We have seen this get implemented in other ways as well. But all of them needs a monitor or a TV to work through. While with Razer Project Linda the experience is much more mobile being a laptop. According to Razer “Project Linda combines the best of both worlds, bringing a larger screen and physical keyboard to the Android environment, enhancing the experience for gaming and productivity.”
In terms of design the Razer Project Linda laptop is made out of a uni-body CNC aluminum chassis, that is 0.59 inches thin. Aside from that the laptop also comes equipped with a 13.3 inch touch display. That supports a resolution of QHD, allowing users to look at much more compared to the 5.7 inch display on the Razer Phone. There is also a 53.6 Wh internal battery present on the laptop, that is coupled with 200 GB of on board storage.
For connectivity the Razer Project Linda laptop also comes with USB-C, USB-A and a 3.5 headphone jack as well. There are no speakers on the Razer Project Linda laptop as it will be utilizing the speakers on the Razer Phone instead. Which in our opinion are the best sounding speakers on an Android smartphone yet.