Razer’s Project Christine Desktop PC Is Ambitous and Possibly Vaporous
Razer, which has produced some beautiful gaming laptops over the past few years, is now taking on the desktop PC with Project Christine.
Christine is a modular gaming desktop that aims to take the hassle out of upgrading. The base tower has liquid mineral-oil cooling built in, and lets users plug in each individual component, from the processor and motherboard to the storage drives and RAM. Each piece is specially packaged so it can slide right in, and users don’t have to mess with wiring or come in contact with the internal components.
At least, that’s how it works in theory.
As with Razer’s Edge gaming tablet, which first debuted under the name Project Fiona, Razer says it will only go through with Project Christine if there’s enough interest from the community. But this time, Razer didn’t bring a working prototype to CES. The company claims to have…
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