Razer’s Project Christine was one of the most exciting announcements during CES 2014, well at least in our opinion, as it now seems as though not everyone thinks that the project will be promising.

This comes after Razer’s CEO Min-Liang Tan revealed that the company is currently finding it hard to persuade OEM businesses to join the project, stating the following in an interview with TechRadar:

“The challenge is that it’s not something we’d like to undertake alone, we’ve had conversations with OEMs. It’s not entirely promising right now because OEMs are excited about pushing products and not really innovating on that front.”

However it’s not all bad as the CEO did continue to say that “We’ll have announcements through the end of the year. We’re hoping to get two to three OEM partners on board.”

You can check out the video below for a quick look at the Razer Project Christine modular computer system.

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