Project Christine - Razer's modular PC concept - Disgruntled Tech
Luis Izquierdo | On 19, Mar 2014
Razer has always been one of the go-to for gaming peripherals, more recently they’ve been getting into the computer sales with their Razer blade. Now Razer is trying to completely re-design the computer gaming market with Project Christine.
Project Christine is the “World’s most modular PC design.” Basically it’s built from the ground up to be completely plug-and-play. This design is to appeal to a wide range of market instead of just hardcore PC enthusiast. Personally here at Disgruntled Tech we enjoy piecing our computers together, but not everyone likes or even knows how to do this; and that is what Project Christine is for.
The modular design is meant to allow users to unsnap and plug in whatever part they would like with zero tools. Need a better graphic card? Fine, just plug a new one in. More HDD space or even a solid state? You guessed it, all you do is plug it in. This allows users to be able to full customize their computer’s from maybe dual SLI to a overclocked CPU without voiding any warranties.
All the modular parts are built to be self contained, water cooled, and have noise cancellation. This makes the computers run extremely cool, and so quiet you forget that it’s even there.
It all seems like a really promising Idea, but what do you guys think? Should it go to retail stores or just die a concept? Let us know below.