Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Razer Blade: A Laptop Built and Designed for Gaming...

Are you a gamer and not satisfied with the UI and performance of the current laptops out there...? Then you have to check out the Razer Blade, the first portable computer built specifically with video gaming in mind. 
The onyx aluminum beaut before you is the culmination of over three years of work by a stealth team of engineers -- many of them absorbed from the former OQO team. Despite being only 0.88 inches thick, the svelte number still packs a punch with a 2.8GHz Core i7-2640M CPU and GeForce GT 555M graphics replete with 2GB of GDDR5 video memory. All that graphical horsepower will splay your exploits on a 17.3-inch LED 1920 x 1080 full HD panel with an HD webcam nestled above. Rounding out the package is 8GB of RAM, three USB ports (one of the 3.0 persuasion), HDMI-out and a 60Wh integrated battery. 
 There is also a 480x800 LCD trackpad built right next to the keyboard that doubles as a multi-touch trackpad or an additional display for in game info. The Razer Blade is set for release in the fall of this year and priced at $2,799... 




via engadget

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