Razer has finally exposed the product behind its mysterious “PC Gaming is NOT Dead” website, which declared in a rather V for Vendetta tone that on August 26th the company would turn the PC gaming upside down.
At exactly 12 noon, EST Razer exposed its “Blade” gaming notebook, stating it the “World’s first true gaming laptop.” The last bit of marketing bait left us a small piece puzzled; certainly viewers of Razer has heard of such makers as Alienware and Voodoo PC? However the machine does appear shocking: it has that easy Apple artistic with nothing over green logo of Razer decorating the top. Its chassis is as well created of a dark aluminum material.
The 17-inch screen display of Blade outputs true 1080p HD. For its size, the chassis is moderately light, weighing just 6.9 pounds compared to other 17 inch gaming laptops similar to the Alienware M17x that weighs in at 9.8 pounds. The Razer Blade is as well tremendously thin, measuring around .88 inches thick. Portion of the motive for its slim form factor is Razer slumped the optical drive, a smart progress as most gamers at the moment obtain their fix from digital retailers similar to Steam.
The true popping feature of Razer Blade, on the other hand, is its user interface. The full-scale chiclet keyboard changes out the normal numeric keypad for 10 dynamic adaptive tangible keys, which provides you easy-access to hot-key dominations. There is as well an LCD pad beneath it that shows in-game data when you are utilizing an external mouse or changes to a multi-touchpad for navigating.
The Razer Blade features a 2.8 GHz Intel the Razer Blade features a 2.8GHz Intel Core i7-2640M processor, 8GB of DDR3 RAM, and an Nvidia GeForce GT 555M (2GB) discrete graphics chip with Optimus technology, which will assist expand that 60Wh battery’s life span inside the chassis. There’s 320GB (7,200rpm) of hard drive space, a spot on the small size. It arrives with 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 3.0 (for connecting wireless peripherals), Ethernet jack, a USB 3.0 port, two USB 2.0 ports, and 3.5mm headphone and mic combo jack.
The Razer Blade will be available in the fourth quarter of this year and will be sold for only $2,799.99.