Razer presented today at CES in Las Vegas an innovative project called PROJECT SOPHIA It consists of a “gaming desktop” with adaptability to meet the needs of all users. This desk appears to be a kind of table with a screen and a modifiable and configurable surface capable of supporting up to 13 separate modules. The idea is that users can adapt the same desktop to different needs and uses, depending on what is needed: work, play or broadcast on Twitch are some of the examples that Razer has put.
The desktop is like a computer and has its own circuit board with state-of-the-art components such as an Intel processor and NVidia graphics card, housed in a chassis that magnetically snaps under the glass table and can be upgraded. Users can insert touch screen digitizers, tablets and creative tools to work with the desktop, while gamers can insert high fidelity audio modules or THX Surround Sound sound systems. For added immersion and customization, the spacious desk is clad in LED lighting that can be synced with the Razer Chroma RGB ecosystem, as well as comes equipped with a state-of-the-art OLED display featuring self-illuminated pixels and the latest technologies to ensure brighter lighting, and sharper images for the best lighting experience available at 65 “.
“Project Sophia” is our futuristic vision of a multipurpose gaming and workspace setup that meets very different needs with a variety of PC configurations, and replaces the need to move between workspaces for each individual task. “stated Richard Hashim, VP of Development at Razer.” The interchangeable modular system allows users to quickly reconfigure their desktop with almost infinite flexibility, tailoring “Project Sophia” not only to the task at hand, but also to individual preferences. of the user. This is the future of play and work zones. “
Another of Razer’s announcements at CES was the Enki Pro HyperSense chair, a gaming chair with a high-fidelity optical system, based on the popular Enki Pro chair. The chair has native support for 2,200 video games, movies and songs, among them F1 2021, Forza Horizon 5 and Assassin’s Creed Valhalla.
The Enki Pro HyperSense chair is powered by an advanced hepatic motor that has been developed to simulate a variety of vibrations, textures, and movements. With 65,000 optical variations, it has the tactile response of +/- 1 G-Force and can create 1.5 inches of vertical and backward tilt in your seat. Real-time synchronization ensures that all feedback is generated immediately, with a response capacity of up to 5ms.
“With the Enki Pro HyperSense, Razer and D-BOX have built the most advanced gaming chair to date,” stated Sbastien Mailhot, President and CEO of D-BOX. “Our combined efforts have resulted in a product that physically transforms the gaming, movie and music experience through the use of cutting-edge, high-fidelity optical feedback. Razer’s unmatched attention to detail and eye-catching design, as well as D-BOX’s unrivaled expertise in liver technology is laying the foundation for the next generation of groundbreaking home entertainment. ”