Mod­u­lar might: a trio of bright ideas for cus­tomis­ing your tech

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Crown prince of the ex­cit­ing “project” that never sees the light of day, US gam­ing firm Razer’s slick mod­u­lar PC con­cept lets you swap pro­ces­sors and RAM in and out as your thirst for next-gen specs grows.

PHO NE: ZTE Eco-Mo­bius

The Chi­nese firm threw down its own switcheroo smart­phone at CES 2014. The project isn’t mov­ing for­ward with devel­op­ment but, look­ing at the pic­ture here, that’s not nec­es­sar­ily a mat­ter to weep over.

CAM­ERA : Ri­coh GXR

These pop­u­lar mod­u­lar cam­eras don’t just let you swap lenses, oh no. Each lens also comes with its own sen­sor and image-pro­cess­ing en­gine. Clearly not cheap, but it does al­low deep spe­cial­i­sa­tion.

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