Bleeding Edge: Almost every year during CES, Razer seems to unveil an out-of-the-world concept product. They are easily identifiable by the word "project" in their name. Unlike typical cars, such devices are rarely mass-produced. However, it is fun to see them.
On Wednesday, Razer unveiled its latest concept at CES 2022, called Project Sophia. This table has a futuristic look with several adjustable units that lock magnetically from the bottom to the desktop. This is a player's dream or nightmare, depending on how he feels about the energy consumption. p>
Sophia is a versatile gaming desk complete with PC.
First of all, a desk isn't just a desk. It's a complete PCB system with "the latest Intel processors and Nvidia GPUs." The computer component is magnetically attached to the bottom of the glass workbench in the top center unit housing.Users can mount different modules in four other magnetic brackets to the left and right of the desk Components are interchangeable and include accessories such as secondary monitors, system monitors, shortcuts, macro boards, pen drives, audio mixers, and external recording cards. There is even a THX surround sound module connected directly to either side of the 65" monitor component that attaches to the back of the desk.
Like all Razer products, the Sophia Project comes standard with the company's signature LED lighting, which users can sync with the Razer Chroma RGB ecosystem. Don't hold your breath that you will never be able to buy. Like we said before, Razer is known for bringing at least one concept to CES that never makes it to the consumer. Previous designs include Kristen's Project from CES 2014, Valerie and Ariana's Project from 2017, Linda's Project from CES 2018, and the Brooklyn Project from last year. p>