During CES 2022 Razer announced two of its latest projects, Project Sophia, a modular PC-in-a-desk with unlimited personalisation, and Enki Pro HyperSense, a gaming chair with haptics to improve gameplay emersion.
Razer Project Sophia
Razer is known for its exciting and promising concepts at CES, and this year is it has delivered once again. Razer Project Sophia is a take on the gaming PC that completely removes the conventional box you’d usually have sitting next to your desk.
Project Sophia takes the parts of a PC, makes them modular and moves them directly into your desk, saving space, and showing off those expensive components. Sophia can hold up to 13 components, mixing required components with those that suite your needs and desires with things such as secondary screens, system monitoring tools, touch-screen hotkey panels, pen tablets and audio mixer units, or even external capture cards.
For now, it looks like Razer will be working with Intel and NVIDIA, if Project Sophia makes it to release, with specific mention of the latest Intel Core processors and NVIDIA’s GPUs.
“Project Sophia is our futuristic vision of a multi-purpose gaming and workstation set-up which meets the very different needs of a variety of PC uses, negating the need to move between workspaces,” said Richard Hashim, VP of Growth at Razer. “The hot-swappable modular system allows users to quickly reconfigure their desk with near infinite flexibility, adapting Project Sophia not just for the task at hand, but also to the user’s particular preference. This is the future of the battlestation.”
Razer has kept the desk thin to prevent any issues when sitting down while leaving enough room for all the components and more than enough to keep everything cool under load.
The desk is also jammed packed with LEDs that can be controlled with Razer Chroma™ and comes with a next-gen OLED display that features self-lit pixels and the latest technologies to ensure a brighter, sharper picture for the ultimate viewing experience in 65”.
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