New Modular Computer Concept That Even A Novice Can Assemble (Video)

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Building your own computer from parts is not only time consuming but it also requires a good knowledge of hardware.  However, the computer enthusiasts do not have to wait long, as the Razer company has unveiled a modular computer which even beginners can easily assemble themselves. We make you discover this innovation.

Presented at the 2014 Consumer Electronic Show (CES), the new concept of the firm Razer represents a new innovation in computer assembling. Entitled as Project Christine, this CPU design has the distinction of using modular components. Unlike other modular computers in the market,  Christine can easily be assembled by people who no nothing of computer hardware.

Customizing your PC is no longer reserved for more experienced since now everything is simple and easily accessible. For example, in order to add more hard disk storage space, the average user does not need to open an entire system, it has to just add a module.

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The advantage of these modules is that they are not intended to be manufactured by Razer, but rather by third parties who will have to follow instructions given by Razer. Christine can support different operating systems (from Windows to Linux).

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This concept would be a great step forward in the design of modular computers: now even novices can build their own PC as they wish. We are excited to see when this Razer concept is finally materialised. What is your opinion about this modular concept of computers?

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  • Leendert Schouten
    Oct 27, 2014, 2:49 pm

    I love it. Great system. Only minus is that it is a hardware proprietary system. But thats just me thinking environmental, global and cheap.

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