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The Blade's second-screen touch-surface doubles as a trackpad. On the Blade unit at the show, the screen wasn't working; however, Razer demonstrated the technology on another device, a PC gaming keyboard (pictured).
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The screen is capable of acting as a web browser or panel for adjusting game settings, or even for playing a video.
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