Razer is a company that is unafraid to try new things, even when those things may be out of its comfort zone. Take, for example, the smartband Nabu. That’s not exactly an obvious fit for a company that built itself on keyboards and mouses for gaming. Then again, neither is Project Christine, the company’s latest prototype.
Project Christine is a computer designed for a gaming audience, but it isn’t quite like anything else on the market. In that sense, it isn’t an obvious for Razer, because it isn’t an obvious fit for many companies.
We had the chance to speak with Razer’s CEO Min Liang-Tan about it, and Razer as a whole. Check it out.