August 27, 2011

‘Razer Blade’ Revolutionary Gaming Laptop

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Just last weekend,PC Gaming Manufacturer- Razer debuted their first gaming laptop at the Penny Arcade Expo (PAX) in Seattle. Razer is best known for creating gaming products by gamers for gamers. They have created some of the best mouses and keyboards for gaming. If you are a gamer, you know what I’m saying.

Once you feast your eyes on this sleek exterior and visual aesthetics, you know this is gaming laptop.

It is no surprise that the laptop looks stunning!  The computer is slim and light weight, so you can bring your gaming to a cafe, school or anywhere with a Wifi connection. With it’s green backlight, this is just an eye catching product.

The most striking feature of the Razer Blade is the LCD Panel track pad. It can show in-game stats and information or just act as a touch panel. Above the track pad are 10 programmable short keys to provide gamers easy access to in-game commands. There is no doubt in my mind that this is the ultimate gamer device, but it comes at a steep price tag of $2,800 USD. That is essentially 2 Macbooks.


  • Aluminum chassis
  • 17.3” LED Backlit Display
  • Full HD (1920×1080) resolution
  •  2.8GHz Core i7 (2640M) processor from Intel
  •  NVidia GeForce GT555M GPU
  •  2GB (GDDR5) of dedicated memory
  • 8GB of RAM on-board
  • 1333MHz
  • 320GB HDD spinning at 7200RPM
  • Wi-Fi b/g/n, LAN port, HD webcam

Would you ever buy this laptop? Even thought the specs are amazing, do you really need such a powerful computer on the go? Might as well spend half the price pimping out your desktop right?


Photo Credits: Razer


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Finishing my last year at SFU's Beedie School of Business. I am a crazy sashimi and prawn eater and vinyl toy collector. During the day, I am a social media fanatic/ serial food addict and by night, I am Snorlax.

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