Razer’s concepts used to get us pretty pumped. But after so many concepts like the Project Christine, Project Valarie, Razer Eracing Simulator Concept, and more recently, Project Brooklyn not materializing, we are less than enthusiastic about Razer’s concepts.

Razer Project Sophia Gaming Desk
At a glance, Project Sophia looks like a giant laptop with legs.

And so, yes, Razer has taken to the CES 2022 to reveal more concepts. Called Project Sophia, it is billed as the world’s first gaming desk concept that can be adapted to suit the demands of any user. Oh, that’s right. The thing that looks like a laptop you see here is a gaming desk. Well, that’s how crazy this table is. Here’s the gist of what Project Sophia is:

“Central to Project Sophias flexibility is a highly modifiable desk capable of supporting up to 13 separate modules for an untold level of personalization. This allows 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 in seconds for the specific situation.”

Razer Project Sophia Gaming Desk

Hmmm, does it sound like the DIY table that is actually a PC in disguised? But of course, Razer’s proposition is super high-tech. It will have the best components there are that will magically snap-in underneath the glass tabletop. Also, it has a giant-ass display – a 65-inch “next-gen” OLED display and there’s, of course, Razer Chroma RGB in the mix.

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What good is a gaming table with a chair? Well, this is where the Enki Pro HyperSense comes in. It is an advanced gaming chair that boasts high-fidelity haptics, allowing you to feel the game for the next level of immersion.

Razer Enki Pro HyperSense Gaming Chair
Razer Enki Pro HyperSense Gaming Chair.

As the name implies, the Enki Pro HyperSense is based on the Enki Pro chair design and features a haptic feedback unit developed with D-BOX. The chair further touts a Chroma RGB headrest which is user-customizable.

The haptic feedback system has native support for over 2,200 games and boasts 65,000 haptic variations to create tactile feedback of +/- 1 G-Force and create 1.5 inches of vertical and backward title in the seat.

As a chair, it offers a 22-inch ultra-wide seat base, 100 degrees shoulder arches, and a built-in lumbar arch. Unlike Project Sophia, though, Razer Enki Pro HyperSense is not a concept; it is thing money can buy. Though exactly when and how much, it is not clear.

All images courtesy of Razer.

Published by Mike

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