Da vi sidste år så Razers bærbare med hele 3 skærme så var det også en nyskabelse som skabte meget opmærksomhed. I år er der så Project Linda og deres trådløse strøm Hyperflux som tager alle priserne. Vi tidligere haft denne nyhed og herunder finder du meddelelsen om de mange priser.

The Project Linda Android laptop/phone hybrid from Razer won 20 “Best of CES” show honors, breaking the company’s own records from previous concepts, including Project Valerie (2016), Project Ariana (2016), Project Fiona (2012) and the Razer SwitchBlade (2011).

Project Linda is an ultraportable laptop design powered by the Android-based Razer Phone. The docked phone serves as a processing power source and intelligent touchpad, bridging the gap between handheld entertainment and laptop convenience.

The Verge awarded Project Linda with “Best of CES,” and similar accolades were received from Mashable, Ars Technica and many other publications.

“We enjoyed showing the world the future of mobile computing with a working Razer Phone and Blade laptop hybrid,” says Min-Liang Tan, Razer CEO and co-founder. “It was a historic show for us, with more awards than ever before.”

Razer’s past official “Best of CES” honors included “People’s Voice” in 2011 and 2012; “Best of Show,” “Best Gaming” and “People’s Voice” in 2013; “Best PC” and “People’s Choice” in 2014; “Best Gaming” and “People’s Choice” in 2015; “Best PC” and “People’s Choice” in 2016; and “People’s Choice” in 2017.

The company is welcoming feedback on Project Linda via Razer’s social channels, including Razer InsiderFacebook and Twitter, for those interested in shaping the future of the Android laptop hybrid concept.

In addition to Project Linda, Razer received significant attention for the Razer Mamba HyperFlux, the world’s first battery-less, wireless gaming mouse. The latest addition in Razer’s best-selling wireless line, the Razer Mamba and Firefly HyperFlux, earned five awards as of the date of this release. The Mamba and Firefly HyperFlux combo was awarded PCMag’s “Best Gaming Gear of CES 2018,” Digital Trends’ “Best Mice of CES 2018,” and more.

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9to5Google – CES 2018: Best of CES

Alphr.com – CES 2018: Best of CES

Android Authority – CES 2018: Best of CES

Android Central – CES 2018: Best of CES

Android Police – CES 2018: Best of CES

Ars Technica – CES 2018: Biggest Surprise

LAPTOP Magazine – CES 2018: Best Concept

Mashable – CES 2018: Best Laptops

Mr.Mobile – CES 2018: Best of CES

Notebooks.com – CES 2018 Excellence Award

PC Pro – CES 2018: Best of CES

Phone Scoop – CES 2018: Most Innovative

Popular Mechanics – CES 2018: Best of CES

Royal Flush Magazine – CES 2018: Editors’ Choice

Tech Advisor – CES 2018: Best of CES

TechnoBuffalo – CES 2018: Best of CES

The Verge – CES 2018: Best CES

TweakTown – CES 2018: Best of CES

Ubergizmo – CES 2018: Best of CES

Windows Central – CES 2018: Best of CES

Razer Mamba & Firefly HyperFlux

Digital Trends – Best Mice of CES 2018

PCMag – CES 2018: Best Gaming Gear

T3 – Best of CES

Tom’s Guide – CES 2018: Best Gaming Peripheral

WIRED – CES 2018: Best of CES