Razer wants Project Christine to be the last computer you ever buy—an easily upgradeable, modular PC that, if concept becomes reality, gives anyone the power to customize their machine with little technical know-how.
Each component—the CPU, the GPU, the hard drive—is separate and simply inserts into one of the PCI-Express slots on the central backbone.
Want to replace your graphics card? No need to wrangle wires or fret about touching your exposed motherboard—you just pull the old card out of its slot and put the new one in.
It’s a wonderful dream—though we have some reservations about the proprietary and locked-down nature of the hardware.
Razer Project Christine