Posted Thu, Jan 09, 2014 by Martuk
This week at CES Razer revealed its newest concept dubbed Project Christine. The premise of the new project is to create a new modular PC design that will provide a quick and easy way for users to build and upgrade their PCs through a simple modular design. If the project works as Razer plans, users will be able to swap out parts quicker than usual. Think plug-and-play.
“Project Christine’s modular design allows users to easily build their PCs by allowing them to select and install modules on-the-fly, whether it’s a CPU, GPU, or memory and storage configuration, read a Razer press release. The PCI-Express architecture of Project Christine automatically syncs components. Need more graphics processing power or storage? Easy – a user can slot-in additional graphics modules and add more storage by either swapping-out the existing storage drives or adding more modules. Equally exciting, Project Christine is able to run multiple operating systems that the user may require.”
Project Christine boasts a cable-less module design with liquid cooling for maximum noise reduction, factory overclocked components built on a PCI-Expresss architecture, an LED touchscreen display, Quad SLI capability, and an open operating system.
If you’re not too PC savvy or just fond of the concept, this might be something that you’ll want to keep an eye on. Now we’ll just have to wait and see if Razer can pull it off. In the meantime, you can check out a short video of Project Christine below and visit the Razer website to learn more.
Source: Razer Press Release