10 Dynamic Desktop PCs From CES 2014

Razer Project Christine

Of all the desktops at CES 2014, Razer arguably had the most eye-catching model with its prototype modular gaming PC, code-named Project Christine. The Windows-based system actually does away with the traditional desktop PC case and allows users to literally stack the self-contained PC components like building blocks. Therefore, gamers can continually upgrade their PCs by adding a new module here and there instead of having to take the whole thing apart. So if a user wants to add another graphics card, he or she can simply attach a new module to the column. And each module can contain a type of component: CPUs, GPUs, storage or motherboards. Plus the tower base comes with Razer's own noise-cancelling technology and a liquid mineral oil cooling system. No word yet on when Project Christine may become a reality or how much it will cost.


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