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Posted on Mar 6, 2012 | 0 comments

Razer Blade

Razer Blade

The people at Razer are on a mission. They are determined to deliver Razer Blade as the true mobile gaming computer. In this case a gaming laptop. While there  is already a few gaming niche laptops on the market, Razer claims that none are truly mobile. Razer have worked hard to make the computer stylish and visually appealing. It closely reassembles the MacBook from Apple. When opening the lid, the first thing that catches ones eyes is the Razer™ Switchblade User Interface, it’s located on the right side of the keyboard and is used for a variety of tasks. First and foremost it’s used instead of an ordinary touchpad. Theres also buttons above the screen that is tactile in the sense that the user is able to switch the functionality of each button depending on personal preference. The buttons are configured using provided software.

Razer Blade

  1. Razer™ Synapse 2.0 Enabled
  2. Razer™ Anti-Ghosting Keyboard
  3. Razer™ Switchblade User Interface

Central Processing Unit:

  • Intel® Core i7 processor
  • Quad Core Processor with Hyper-Threading
  • CPU: 2.2GHz (Base) / 3.2GHz (Turbo)
  • Intel® HM77 Express Chipset
  • 8GB Dual Channel DDR3 at 1600MHz
  • 17.3” Full HD 16:9 Ratio, 1920×1080 LED backlit

Graphics and Video:

  •  Integrated Intel® GMA HD – Mobile Mode
  • NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 660M 2GB GDDR5 VRAM with NVIDIA Optimus™ Technology


  • 500GB 7200RPM HDD (Primary Storage) 64GB SATA III SSD with NVELO Dataplex™ Software (Cache Acceleration)

Razer Blade

Bottom Line

While you can read everything about the laptop performance on each reviewers website we here at Gearforgaming are all about user experience. We have intentionally focused on the parts of the computer that you as a gamer interact with.

(This article is incomplete, the post will be updated whenver more reviews become availiable.)

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