Razer Blade Laptop Announced; play Crysis 2 and Battlefield 3 with maxed out details

DSOGaming writes: "Razer has just announced the world’s first true gaming laptop. The Razer Blade features true portability, incredible performance, and a revolutionary user interface. And yes, you will be able to enjoy most high-end PC games with maxed out settings at high framerates. Razer have teamed up with NVIDIA and Intel to create a laptop that can play next-gen games on a 17-inch screen, while weighing under 7 pounds, and being 0.88 inches thin."

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snoop_dizzle2668d ago (Edited 2668d ago )

This is pretty nice. I think someone told me that this gets about 6 hrs of battery life regular use (gaming more like 2.5? Which is understandable), although I might be mistaken given the conversation was referring to a few high end laptops. My biggest gripe with laptops is build quality, size, and battery life, and this likely meets all those requirements. At this price though an SSD would be nice and it would likely make the system even faster, and a quadcore i7. Supposedly this is a dual core one.

However, the 2nd generation of this will likely be better to go for if you are going to drop 3 grand. I would also like a 15" option.

For most people this isn't reasonable, but it is a nice "big boy toy". I don't think I'm going to spend 3 grand any time soon.

Winkle922668d ago

Looks like if price is not an issue, this is the way to go. Sadly, for most (myself included) price is a BIG issue...

dkgshiz2667d ago thanks. Accessory company going into computers? No thanks.

Speed-Racer2667d ago (Edited 2667d ago )

If it's one thing I've learnt about these laptops is that cooling efficiency sucks. I have an XPS laptop, and it constantly overheats and freezes if I don't use a cooling pad when playing games.

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