To those of us that are serious gamers, this may raise your eyebrow or even put a smile on your face, Razer has unveiled a new gaming notebook that is dedicated to the gaming nich of the PC market, The Razer Blade.
For those of you that don’t know who Razer are, they are leading company in gaming equipment and innovation. Their products are unlike the other in the way that they have not been restricted by the ropes of the norm, as a result Razer has again raised the bar for the competition to compete with.
So what do you get for your hard earnt $2,800? Well you actually get a nice powerful system and a couple of unique gaming technologies to go with it, check it out below!
- 2.8GHz Intel CoreTM i7 2640M Processor
- 8GB 1,333MHz DDR3 Memory
- 17.3″ LED Backlit Display (1,920×1,080)
- NVIDIA GeForce GT 555M with NVIDIA Optimus Technology
- 2GB Dedicated GDDR5 Video Memory
- Built-in HD Webcam
- Integrated 60Wh Battery
- 320GB 7,200rpm SATA HDD
- Wireless Network 802.11 b/g/n Compatible
- Dimensions: 16.81″ x 10.9″ x 0.88″
- Weight: 6.97 lbs
To prove that Razer are serious about their new gaming notebook they have come up with an innovative idea, this idea removes the standard mouse pad that we have grown to get used to on the traditional notebooks and replaced it with a multitouch sensor screen, much like smart phones these days. The screen displays valuable information about your game and could help you in moments of desperation!
Just above the cool control / mini display pad is an array of buttons that are programmable to be shortcut keys, 10 to be precise. These shortcut keys will be a great help, especially when assigning them to groups of troops or spells etc.
Check out the video below to get a getter look of this awesome gaming notebook.
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