All very high-concept at this stage, but promising.
By Tim Colwill on January 8, 2014 at 3:51 pm
A surprising amount of people want to get into PC gaming but are terrified of opening their cases and looking at all the things inside, and it seems these people are the target for Razer’s latest announcement: Project Christine.
Designed as a fully modular PC, Christine — presumably a working title — will allow you to plug-and-play components such as SSDs, power supplies, graphics cards and CPUs in any combination you desire, without any detailed tech knowledge.
There’s scant detail on it yet and certainly no pricing, but take a look below and see for yourself what you think. More details at the official site here.
What does the Razer CEO think about you bypassing the Australia tax to save money on their stuff? Read his answer here.