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Razer has officially unveiled its first foray into system-building. The new product, teased in a full-page ad Razer ran in the Wall Street Journal on August 22, is the 17-inch Razer Blade.
The new second-generation revision to the Razer Blade has the same 0.88-inch-thin, 6.6-pound design; crisp, matte 17.3-inch 1,920x1,080-pixel display; and experimental touch-screen Switchblade UI touch pad, but a vastly different set of specs under the hood, as well as a lower price.
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We give Razer's bizarre new gaming concept, the Switchblade, the hands-on treatment. With an LED-based keyboard and a 7-inch touchscreen, it's built for highly portable PC gaming.
Razr's Switchblade concept is a portable gaming system with a multi-touch display and an adaptive tactile keyboard that changes dynamically depending on what you're playing.
Concept portable gaming system has a multitouch display and an adaptive LCD-based keyboard that changes dynamically depending on what you're playing.
Gaming Netbook of the future, or bizarre concept device? Check out the Razer Switchblade and decide for yourself.