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Next-Gen. Razer Blade Combines Ivy Bridge and Kepler

Discussion in 'News' started by btarunr, Mar 13, 2012.

  1. btarunr

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    Even as the Razer's first gaming notebook, the Blade, has the guts to command a US $2,800 price for its dual-core processor and GeForce GT 555M graphics, which still went on to sell-out, according to its makers, its successor is already taking shape, suggests a BSN report. The next-generation Blade notebook is said to combine an Intel Core processor based on the 22 nm "Ivy Bridge" architecture, with NVIDIA's exciting new 28 nm graphics based on the Kepler architecture. The Razer Blade is what its makers claim to be "the world's first true gaming laptop."

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    Lies, laptops aren't for real gamers! :roll:
     
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    [​IMG] <---It's a bomb (for those unknowing)


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    Lolwut ? The actually managed to sell it ? But it's not even white :rolleyes:
     
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    Alienware is makin refrigrators then.... :roll:
     
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    ...............:eek: They call it a true gaming laptop with only a dual core and GT 555m:banghead: I would rather get a HP Envy for almost half that with faster specs.
     
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    Hell, I can beat that in the sub-$500 range. Less RAM and a non-SSD of course.
     
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    Blade (ver.1) @ 2,800 was a sell-out!? :eek: how many did they produce, like 10? :rolleyes:
     
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    Only 1 and it was stolen, hence the sell out :roll:
     
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    Sure, when someone finds out they spent that much money on such little power, I too would use a razer blade....
    Subliminal message anyone?
     

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