Project Christine is about to make PC Gaming a whole lot easier. With the introduction of Valve’s new Steam Machine system, it’s easy to think that gaming on a computer is on its way out, but Razer would have to disagree.
Razer’s new Project Christine is not only a looker but she’s powerful and intuitive. With current gaming systems, PC gamers need a working knowledge of parts, inputs and outputs and computer composition. Project Christine seeks to remedy this.
With this project, users can simply slot in the parts that they want into the rack like compartments. Want more RAM? Slide it in. Want to upgrade your graphics? There’s a spot for that too. The apparatus is essentially like putting ribs together to make a ribcage.
This thing looks cool and takes all the hassle of having to learn exactly what it is you’re doing and all the time you spend praying you don’t completely break your computer with the wrong parts.
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