Can we just go ahead and call this the golden age for gaming? Following announcement of the highly affordable OUYA system and Nintendo’s latest marriage of console and handheld gaming in the Wii U, there is now the Razer Blade Gaming Laptop, which bills itself as the “first true gaming laptop” with its Intel Core i7 processor and NVIDIA GeForce GT555M graphics processor with 2GB of dedicated memory.
The Switchblade User Interface allows gamers to affix countless commands, macros, and skills to a 10-key system that is dynamic and adaptive to the needs of the game you are playing. There is also a 17.3-inch screen and a kryptonically backlit keyboard that really makes the device stand out. And at less than seven pounds, it travels well.