Razer's Project Christine was perhaps the most debated award amongst our editors. The company's modular PC concept allows users to easily swap components in and out with speed and ease, stacking them in individually-sealed boxes. Each chassis, or frame, features liquid cooling and noise cancellation, so builders don't have to worry about adding their own.
In a way, Project Christine goes against everything we believe in. We're avid PC builders, so we don't need the simple (yet inevitably marked-up) approach that Razer is offering. On the other hand, if Christine does go to market, it may end up encouraging those who wouldn't have previously considered piecing a PC together to get started. It's a different way of doing things. As such, we're giving it an award for unconventional thinking.
Read more about Project Christine here.