PC’s are fairly easy to build and upgrade once you’ve had practice, but most people, even most PC gamers don’t know how to do either of these things. Razer aims to solve this problem with Project Christine, a new concept gaming PC that uses an ultra-simplistic modular design that even a child could use.
Gaming hardware maker Razer has been working on this for two years: an easy-to-modify, powerful, quiet PC that will appeal both to the hardcore gamers who build their own machines as well as people who love to play, but don’t know how to put together a computer. The company introduced the prototype for this modular PC, codenamed Project Christine, at CES 2014. The goal, says CEO Min-Liang Tan, is to “throw it out to gamers and see if people like it.”