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09 Jan 2014   #11
Lady Fitzgerald

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by michaelst View Post
Interesting, but I question the timing of this. We aren't we being conditioned to think of desktops as being obsolete?
They may like to think we are but some of the stronger of us are still holding onto our desktops. And at my age, saying I will give up my desktop when they pry it from my cold, stiff, dead fingers takes on a new all too real meaning.


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12 Jan 2014   #12
andrew129260

Windows 10 Pro
 
 
Hot new way of thinking to building a PC -Coming in the near future

At CES 2014, PC gaming company Razer, always known to make splashes with unique design concepts, unveiled Project Christine on the show floor. It’s a prototype mock-up for the future of modular PCs, and it's a high-end gaming rig that will plug and play all sorts of modules.

Razer has never made a desktop PC before, and only recently made PCs at all: the Razer Blade and Razer Edge were its first products, both showing a lot of design prowess. The design for Project Christine tops all that: what's on the show floor here in Las Vegas is little more than a metal chassis mock-up, but the design is incredibly cool to behold: a central rack holds plug-in parts that sprout from the sides, building a tower in any combination. It looks simultaneously far-futuristic and a bit steampunk.

http://reviews.cnet.com/desktops/raz...CNET%20Reviews

Concept Project Christine


I think it looks awesome.....scifi like.....but I love my rig more. And you know they are going to charge a ton for those plug and play items.

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12 Jan 2014   #13
mjf

Windows 7x64 Home Premium SP1
 
 

Is the concept a bit of a contradiction. It's supposed to target "non technical" people but to select the modules you need to know their function and power/capability don't you. Once you know this I think you are ready to build your PC the old way. Can you imagine a non technical person saying "I going to upgrade my GPU module".
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12 Jan 2014   #14
alphanumeric

Windows 10 Education 64 bit
 
 

I like it, looks OK to me. If I had money to burn I'd buy one.
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