Razer runs on a futuristic gaming modular desktop

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(Pocket-lint) – We’ve been enjoying a lot of crazy Razer concepts over the past few years and 2022 shouldn’t be any different.

Razer is at CES 2022 to reveal its vision for the future of gaming in the form of Project Sophia, a stereotypically designed gaming desktop concept.

The idea here is very simple. Over the past two years, people have tried to adapt to life by working and playing from home. It’s hard to find a suitable space that caters both for production needs during the day and gaming, live broadcasting or content creation at night. With a standard configuration that can change everything.

The Sophia Project is designed to be adaptable, with a modular design so that you can easily change your office setup throughout the day. Change the layout based on what you’re doing.

The Project Sophia concept currently includes a highly customizable desktop, with up to 13 different modules. These modules can be used to configure the desktop in different modes. Whether you need access to secondary monitors, audio mixers, pen drives, or even system monitoring tools.

Richard Hashem, Vice President of Growth at Razer, explained the rationale behind the concept:

“Project Sophia is our futuristic vision of a versatile gaming and desktop setup that meets the vastly different needs of a variety of computer uses, eliminating the need to move between workspaces. A hot-swappable modular system allows users to quickly reconfigure their desktops with unparalleled flexibility. almost limited, which makes the Sophia project to suit not only the task at hand, but also according to the user’s own preferences. This is the future of combat.”

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The concept includes a custom PCB with the latest CPU and GPU offerings from Intel and Nvidia. It snaps into place under the desk, making it easier to upgrade in the future.

The various modules are configured to include everything from touchscreen and tablet digitizers and creative input tools for creatives to things like high-resolution audio for gamers. Hotkey units, wireless chargers and even a cup warmer are other options.

Of course, the desktop has Razer Chroma-compatible LEDs, but it should also come with a massive 65-inch OLED display.

Of course, that’s just a concept at this point, but it’s definitely a curious design for the game’s future.

Written by Mike Lowe and Adrian Wellings. Originally Posted in .

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