Top performance matched with stunning design, Razer's 17-inch gaming laptop is impressive and at nearly $4,000, Razer must think so, too.
It's not remotely cheap, but if you want top gaming performance in a stealthy thin laptop, this thing is amazing.
A new seventh-gen Intel processor, faster memory and a 4K touchscreen help maintain the Blade's balance of performance and mobility.
All it takes is a laptop, a couple of extra monitors, four hinges and a whole lot of glue, according to a YouTube video.
Today in tech news, Razer acquires Nextbit, Dropbox's online productivity tool leaves a long beta and Fitbit cuts 110 jobs.
Robin phones will see software support for the next year, but don't expect a sequel soon.
This week's biggest tech stories include a blowout of new information on Nintendo's next console, the tablet-hybrid Switch.
The most important tech stories of the day include new details about LG's next smartphone, Microsoft tackling Windows 10 privacy concerns, and Razer on the two prototypes stolen from CES.
Social Cues: Also trending on social media are President Obama's farewell and Yahoo's future.
On the ground at CES 2017, we discuss the many robots at the tech show, including the cute LG Hub Robot.
In today's tech news, Razer CEO tells of theft from the company's booth at the Las Vegas show, Nokia plans to launch an Android phone in China and we celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Apple iPhone.
Many were impressed with Razer's showing at CES 2017, but now CEO Min-Liang Tan is left unimpressed with the conduct of some show-goers.
Want to see the future of car technology?
Brian Cooley found it for you at CES 2017 in Las Vegas and the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.