Razer’s Project Christine is the One Computer to Rule Them All
Sooner or later, Christine will be a household name for all PC’s everywhere as Razer once again is doing the impossible. Who the hell is Christine, you ask? Well, it’s not a who but an it. Christine is a modular PC that Razer has been developing and they revealed project Christine during CES 2014. If you’re unfamiliar with modular computers, it’s a computer which you can change the parts without changing the whole unit. And yes, Computer units have been doing that from quite some time now but not like this. If you have a basic knowledge of computers, you could only imagine the hassle of chaging a System Unit part. When you change a hard disk for example, you have all these wires that you need to connect. For a Video Card, you have to open up a system unit and slot it in and if you have no knowledge of computer hardwares, you could possibly destroy your system.
The difference here is that there are no wires to worry about. You just plug the “pods” on a central device and you are good to go. And it looks cool.
The device also won the prestigious Best of CES 2014! Sadly it is not available yet because I think there are still some things that Razer has to iron out, but if they pull this off and launch this with a competitive price tag… I am pretty sure that most gamers will rush to the nearest retail shops, buy it, and replace their relationship status.