Without CES there would be no consumer electronics show Razor Bring at least one prototype product to the event. Project Sophia, using the annual trade show to unveil a concept modular gaming desk, was no different this year with the company. In its current iteration, the table has room for 13 separate modules. These can be used to add components such as touchscreen hotkey panels, external capture cards and audio mixers to Project Sophia, allowing you to customize the station to suit your needs. Razor claims that the table can be reconfigured “in seconds”.
The computer that powers everything is housed in a chassis that magnets snap beneath the surface of the Project Sophia glass tabletop. Razor says it has the latest components from Intel and NVIDIA and you can separate the case at any time to install new upgrades. Naturally, this is a razor product, you will find lots of RGB lights, all of which you can control via the company’s Chroma software. But arguably the most interesting aspect of Project Sophia is the 65-inch OLED display made in the razor station. The company says it will also offer a model with a 77-inch display – but we’ll note here that Project Sophia may not make it to market.
Looking at the rest of the concept, Razor seems to have paid less attention to ergonomics. Judging from the company’s shared render, you can’t adjust the height of the Project Sophia so that it can better accommodate the position of a standing desk or chair. And speaking of chairs, the company has also unveiled a “pro hypersensitivity” version of it $ 399 enki Gaming Chair has partnered with Razer D-box To add haptics to the chair. It will support 2,200 games, movies and TV series, including releases from publishers like Ubisoft and Microsoft. Oh, and that too will come with RGB light.
Razer did not say when he plans to release the product, although we do expect that the Enkey Pro hypersensitivity chair is more likely to hit the market.
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