Razer’s glorious, ambitious vision of the future of modular gaming PCs isn’t going over well with PC manufacturers.
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This year it was easy to look past the dull TV announcements and novelty iPhone taser cases at CES. Because the games business stood front and center, says Matt Martin.
Razer has piteched a hell of a gaming PC concept; a modular rig where even the most clueless of users can identify and swap in parts as hardware advances.