Razer CEO Confirms Project Christine Continues
Razer has been having difficulty convincing original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) to support its modular PC concept. However, Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan has stated that the company is still working on Project Christine.
Maximum PC inquired whether or not Project Christine was dead and received a response from Tan who said, “Project Christine is a work in progress – which is why we called it a concept project in the first place. We do believe that for Project Christine to be a success, it will require global OEMs to come together to push innovation in the PC forward instead of obsessing over short term profits. Like the many other projects within Razer, we take a long term view on innovation and Project Christine is definitely still in the works.”
When asked for names of OEMs the company has approached, however, no answer was provided.
Is Razer wasting its time and resources on Project Christine? Or is the concept of an easy-to-upgrade PC an idea the company should continue to pursue?
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