At the CES 2014 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Razer has unveiled their new concept gaming system called Project Christine. Which has been created to show how easy upgrading and modifying your gaming rig can be.
Razer have created the new Razer Project Christine concept to demonstrate an innovative new way of building and maintaining a PC system. Creating the very first gaming system that is able to keep pace with technology and could allow consumers to never buy another PC, says Razer.
The Razer 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 processor, graphics card, memory or storage. The PCI-Express architecture within the Razer Project Christine automatically syncs components and allows you to swapping-out the existing storage drives or adding more modules or even operating systems.
Razer explains a little mores about their new Razer Project Christine concept :
“The PC has traditionally been one of the most open platforms in all of technology. However, given the technical complexities of PC hardware, only the most hardcore enthusiasts have been able to take advantage of this openness to build, customize and continuously upgrade their PC desktop systems. The tremendous promise of the PC has remained underexploited by the vast majority of general consumers for more than 30 years, largely due to the convoluted hardware – knowing what does what, what works with what, and how to connect the pieces.
Project Christine is a revolutionary new concept design that will change the way users view PCs. It will allow any user to build and customize his or her PC in any configuration without any prior technical knowledge. Further, as new upgrades come to the market, the same PC can be easily and quickly upgraded without additional technical assistance and without the fear of incompatibility or obsolescence.
The modularity of Project Christine make it perpetually customizable, offering plug-and-play upgradability as new and improved technology evolves, ostensibly eliminating the need to replace entire systems. Modules connected to the PCI-Express backbone can be added in any order or combination, featuring up to quad-SLI graphics, multiple SSD and RAID storage components, I/O and even power supplies, ensuring maximum flexibility.”
For more information on the new Razer Project Christine jump over to the Razer website for details.
Source: RazerFiled Under: Gaming News, Hardware, Top News