Razer’s Project Linda concept melds together a laptop and smartphone. They’re still two separate devices, but when combined, the two provide a larger-than-life Android experience.
Announced at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) earlier this month, Project Linda is essentially a laptop-shaped phone case. It comes with a 13.3-inch display, 200 GB of storage, a keyboard, a 53.6Wh battery, and various ports.
How Project Linda works
The magic happens when you snap in Razer’s smartphone. It serves as the laptop’s touch pad, secondary screen, and primary brain (as the laptop won’t work without it).