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Razer has a story of confidant experimentation. At last year’s CES tech attention trade show in Las Vegas, Razer showed off an outlandish three-screen gaming laptop judgment that was a bit too crazy to finish up in consumers’ hands.
This year, however, Razer’s judgment product is rather tame, but in a good way. In fact, the San Francisco-based gaming company may very good have figured out how we’ll be using computers in the not-too-distant future.
Razer’s “Project Linda” is radically a advancing hire for its Razer Phone smartphone that turns it into a laptop with a 13.3-inch display and keyboard that can also charge the phone.
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