Razer’s Project Sophia Concept Is a Fully-Customizable Glass Gaming Desk

While the new year is barely starting, tech companies are already ramping up their announcements for 2022 from just about every angle at CES. Considering the number of concepts that have been unveiled to the delight of EV and gadget enthusiasts, it’s only fair for some headlines to adhere to another niche audience: PC gamers. With the SoCal-based Razer unveiling their beautifully designed gaming desk concept, Project Sophia, it’s safe to say that members of the gaming community are being well taken care of at this year’s show.

Project Sophia is a conceptual and modular game station that’s fully customizable to your liking. It boasts the capability of supporting up to 13 modules, paving the way for any additional components, such as hotkey panels, secondary screens, and capture cards. The table is based around the latest Intel processor, a state-of-the-art NVIDIA GPU graphics card, and a crisp 65-inch OLED display, but its impeccably sleek chassis is equally impressive to the power it possesses. After all, this is a Razer build, so the desk is clad with LEDs that allow the option to sync with the brand’s patented RGB ecosystem, giving the entire table a retro-futuristic look that really puts one in the mood for gaming.

Serving as Razer’s idea of what’s to come in the world of multi-purpose gaming and an abiding work-from-home lifestyle, the potential for this gaming table concept is truly endless. Capable of being utilized by streamers, photo editors, and even DJs, Project Sophia is far more than a high-octane gaming unit; it’s an incredibly versatile workstation as well. Or, at least, it will be, should Razer decide to actually put the table into production. You can learn more at Razer’s website.

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