With Razer Project Linda, the Razer Phone turns into a proper laptop. Sort of.
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Keep it open source, and let the open source community run with it. Before you know it, you will have a platform that gives no shits about not having windows. Now would be the time to do it before M$ or some other controlling organization comes in throwing its weight around adding restrictions, etc and creating unrealistic consumer exceptions.
Horrible concept I don’t understand the point of this, from an engineering stand point it is impressive but personally I have never wanted to have my phone hardware within a laptop especially considering it won’t be the cheapest thing I would rather fork out the extra cash on a decent midrange windows laptop
Hmm the question is that will you still be able to use the laptop if the razer phone has a case on it? If so, then what types of cases are recommended? It would be annoying for me to take off and put back on my razer phone case in order for me to use my laptop.
I've heard about such ideas since the time of Galaxy S2. I think that this is great concept for the future. I imagine using a smartphone as a main device. Maybe in the future when mobile CPUs will be more powerful to run more desktop programs we won't need a regular laptop for everyday use. Also I'd like the "laptop part" to have some graphic processor to make the whole set more powerful for hd or 4k.
That's a cool concept but if they try to rip people off with 500 dollars or more then it will suck because you can pickup a good $500 dell laptop that runs full windows and can run apps through the windows store.
When we get to a point where most smart phones are as powerful as many laptops today I don't see why this wouldn't be a mainstream solution. Or maybe this paired with a power boost from what ever type of unit it's attached to.
For a concept i found it very cool! But i don't like android as a computer S.O. i prefer windows cause i can play my steam's games. Maybe if they use the components of your phone it could be great! Like a the PC has his own HDD or ssd drive with s.o. already. Also if it has a gpu or another cpu as performing as an upgrade when the phone is attached it could be awesome!
If this device has 2 softwares that you can change to whenever you want that would be awesome
Have a windows software on the device and an android software on the phone that people can use interchangeably
i would say, the 'laptop' would be pretty popular if it's at a good price and not like their other overpriced products. As it is, the blade stealth cost almost $3k and more for asia country. yup, for europe and U.S. it's actually MUCH cheaper for those who want to compare. That's more then the average workers pay. Other then the price, if you can bump it up and add it as an extension of your daily usage for googling, checking emails, surfing youtubing and mobile gaming with added advantage on the go. you can also link up for chatting and of course, the keyboard would be a plus.