The best of CES award must go to Razer with Project Linda. Project Linda is a Razer Blade Stealth 13.3” laptop shell that has a screen, RGB keyboard, and battery but no CPU. The Project Linda system uses the Razer phone as the main processor. You place the phone into the laptop shell where the trackpad should be and press a button on the keyboard and a USB-C connector deploys to connect the phone to the shell.
Friday, January 12, 2018
Tuesday, January 9, 2018
As I walked around the CES showroom floor today I got to see tons of cool stuff. Cool cars, cool drones, cool phones, but one of the coolest was a LED display that looked like was filled with fans or rotor blades.
One of the first things you'll encounter with you arrive at CES is the BMW Ultimate driving experience setup in the parking lot. The setup is to showcase the new M5 they have on hand and they also have a display to check out the new X2 that isn't released yet.
You can also sign up to take a spin in a M3 drifting around the parking lot which I did. It's a short ride, but it was pretty fun on one of the few rainy days here in Vegas.