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Razer's Project Christine is a modular desktop PC

After its work redefining the gaming tablet and the gaming laptop, Razer is turning its focus to the desktop gaming PC.

Meet Project Christine: a modular PC that works with plug-and-play units you slot into a PCI-Express backbone as required.

It's an intriguing concept, essentially taking one of the PCs best selling points — the ability to constantly upgrade components as required — and making it extremely simple.

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