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Razer has provided a glimpse of what gaming desks of the future might look like.

Described by the company as the world’s first modular gaming desk concept, Project Sophia is a gaming desk that features a highly adaptable, modular design that allows users to add up to 13 modules to customize their workspace for various tasks. The desk is fitted with a PCB, Intel processor, and NVIDIA GPU.

“To maximize desk space, all of this is housed in a slim chassis that magnetically snaps in underneath the glass tabletop, which can be just as easily detached to install new upgrades, allowing the user to quickly create the system required for the task at hand,” Razer explained before going on to detail some of the modules that Project Sophia supports.

“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, while gamers can instead focus on modules for high-fidelity audio and blistering visual performance by adding a THX Surround Sound system and high refresh rate monitor. Streamers can transform Project Sophia into a full broadcast setup complete with camera, microphone, and stream control, while those looking for a more an efficient work environment can multitask effectively and comfortably with a productivity hotkey module, wireless charger, and cup warmer.”

Naturally, Razer’s modular gaming desk concept also features RGB lighting, which comprises a strip of LEDs along the edges that support Razer Chroma for customization. Project Sophia also features a 65-inch OLED display for greater visuals.

Source: Razer

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8 Comments

  1. [QUOTE=”Dan_D, post: 46241, member: 6″]
    Neat concept, but sadly 10k desks aren’t really affordable for most people.
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    Nice I see what you did there.

    Us our desk and be locked into our ecosystem for as long as you do!! It’ll be great!!! For us….

  2. [QUOTE=”Grimlakin, post: 46243, member: 215″]
    Nice I see what you did there.

    Us our desk and be locked into our ecosystem for as long as you do!! It’ll be great!!! For us….
    [/QUOTE]
    There is that problem too. As I said, I like it conceptually, but Lian-Li’s solutions make far more sense to me. Not only are they more affordable, but far more practical.

  3. [QUOTE=”Dan_D, post: 46244, member: 6″]
    but Lian-Li’s solutions make far more sense to me. Not only are they more affordable, but far more practical.
    [/QUOTE]
    Scary anytime you use the words Lian-Li and affordable in the same sentence.

    Really looks like just a bunch of small screens in there that are showing random widgets?

  4. [QUOTE=”Brian_B, post: 46250, member: 96″]
    Scary anytime you use the words Lian-Li and affordable in the same sentence.

    Really looks like just a bunch of small screens in there that are showing random widgets?
    [/QUOTE]
    Yes, it does.
    [QUOTE=”Burticus, post: 46249, member: 297″]
    That looks like it should go here.

    [ATTACH type=”full” width=”480px” alt=”1641488463749.png”]1395[/ATTACH]
    [/QUOTE]
    Yes it does. That’s part of why I like it. At least, visually and conceptually.

  5. If someone wanted to buy one for me, that’d be great. Otherwise it’s another product I’ll never possess.. 🙂

  6. I’d like to know what they are using for those info screens. I’m more interested in that than the “modular pc”

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