Razer unveiled something that might be of interest to some, called Project Christine, it is a new concept that aims to create a new innovative way to build a maintain a PC system with ease, and according to Razer the system will allow customers to never have to buy another PC.

Allowing them to select and install various upgradable modules on the fly, the system will allow users to upgrade the processor, graphics card, memory or the storage by simply swapping out sections of the system itself thanks to its PCI-Express architecture.

The system will then automatically sync these components, allowing the user to upgrade their PC as the components themselves upgrade.

At the moment Project Christine is just a concept, but we would certainly like it to become a reality, as it all sounds pretty darn cool.

Source: Razer

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