Razer Project Sophia gaming desk concept unveiled
Razer has recently unveiled its vision for the future of gaming and home computing with Project Sophia, dubbed as the world’s first modular gaming desk concept.
The Project Sophia boasts a highly adjustable desk capable of supporting up to 13 separate modules for an untold level of personalization. This enables each section to be configured with an array of task-specific components, such as secondary screens, system monitoring tools, touch-screen hotkey panels, pen tablets and audio mixer units, or even external capture cards, so the user’s set-up can be reconfigured immediately for the specific situation.
Moreover, it sports a customized PCB fitted with cutting-edge core components, including the latest Intel processor and NVIDIA GPU to support the most resource-intensive tasks. All of this is housed in a slim chassis that magnetically snaps in underneath the glass tabletop, which can be just detached to install new upgrades, allowing the user to quickly create the system required.
According to Razer, the modules have been designed for all types of users, with creators being able to slot in touchscreen digitizers, tablets, and creative input tools to streamline hotkeys and macros. At the same time, gamers can instead focus on modules for high-fidelity audio and blistering visual performance by adding a THX Surround Sound system and a high refresh rate monitor.
Additionally, streamers can transform Project Sophia into a full broadcast setup complete with camera, microphone, and stream control, while those looking for a more efficient work environment can multitask effectively and comfortably with a productivity hotkey module, wireless charger, and cup warmer.
Meanwhile, for enhanced immersion and customization, the spacious desk is lined with LEDs that can be synced with the Razer Chroma RGB ecosystem and comes equipped with a next-gen OLED display that features self-lit pixels and the latest technologies to ensure a brighter, sharper picture for the ultimate viewing experience in 65”.
“Project Sophia is our futuristic vision of a multi-purpose gaming and workstation set-up which meets the very different needs of a variety of PC uses, negating the need to move between workspaces,” said Richard Hashim, VP of Growth at Razer.