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Wield The Force With Unique Star Wars Designed Razer Blade Gaming Laptop

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Razer, the world leader in high-performance gaming hardware, has announced a sweepstakes promising one winner a custom-designed Star Wars: The Old Republic Razer Blade gaming laptop. Valued at over $15,000, the Star Wars inspired Razer Blade is unique: Only one of its kind exists in the known universe, from this galaxy to those far, far away.

"Star Wars provides the benchmark by which all entertainment media is measured, and the Razer Blade is the standard for true portability, power and innovation in PC gaming," says Robert 'RazerGuy' Krakoff, president of Razer USA. "The opportunity to work with LucasArts and BioWare on this fun project is a testament to our common love of great entertainment and ensuring the best possible experience for fans."

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Did they just say $15,000....................
 

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I wonder if they are going to do a Hellgate: London laptop next.
 
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Or Duke Nukem, that would be a hit.
 
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Especially designed after a failed MMO... lolol Razer makes me :roll:
Been subbed since launch...still more fun than WoW after I had been with that for over 5yrs. 90% of the hate against TOR is not justified imo. Spread mostly by trolls who either barely touched the game, or spacebared through it and couldn't stand sitting around waiting for the rest to hit endgame.

"There's no endgame!" they'd say. Well, thats cause they were a WoW player who skipped over all the content then hit endgame before the main population did. Then they sat there on forums and blogs raging about every little thing they could to ruin everyone else's experience because it was their own fault they have the attention span of a goldfish. It did not take long for players to get to 50. Did it within a week and a half myself. But I talked with the guys who just blew through it. They did that, finished the story mode raid, then rage quit. Didn't even attempt HMs or other content. Then they blasted the game all over the web.

Yeah there was bugs, but nothing worse than Blizz has shipped with WoW. Greatest problem with TOR was it did not attract the players that would stay. It attracted the players who qq and troll about every little thing. The ones who have taken over WoW the past few years. So has it failed...no, the playerbase has failed.

TOR is staying alive thanks to the RP crowd, same bunch that kept STO alive. I planned ahead and got my friends to join an RP server just for this factor. If something went wrong, PVE servers would be the first to empty. After being with STO and keeping an eye on it in the course of a year, when I resubbed there it was thanks to that crowd which kept the game going, kept dev coming, and bought Cryptic time to polish it up to where it should have been at launch. Did I rage, no. Did I complain, only in offering constructive criticism to Cryptic which they did listen to as I saw the changes happen later. I've been seeing BW do the same.

Hero engine was a fail move, sure. But soon that won't be a problem anymore as BW has been transitioning to their own inhouse engine during the course of this year. TOR is getting better, whether people want it or not.

This laptop, a bit excessive. Be better to just go out, buy an Asus or Lenovo...get some paint and paint it up then slap a TOR sticker on it.
 
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this is just so much fail
 
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... I think I'll pass
 

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Been subbed since launch...still more fun than WoW after I had been with that for over 5yrs. 90% of the hate against TOR is not justified imo. Spread mostly by trolls who either barely touched the game, or spacebared through it and couldn't stand sitting around waiting for the rest to hit endgame.

"There's no endgame!" they'd say. Well, thats cause they were a WoW player who skipped over all the content then hit endgame before the main population did. Then they sat there on forums and blogs raging about every little thing they could to ruin everyone else's experience because it was their own fault they have the attention span of a goldfish. It did not take long for players to get to 50. Did it within a week and a half myself. But I talked with the guys who just blew through it. They did that, finished the story mode raid, then rage quit. Didn't even attempt HMs or other content. Then they blasted the game all over the web.

Yeah there was bugs, but nothing worse than Blizz has shipped with WoW. Greatest problem with TOR was it did not attract the players that would stay. It attracted the players who qq and troll about every little thing. The ones who have taken over WoW the past few years. So has it failed...no, the playerbase has failed.

TOR is staying alive thanks to the RP crowd, same bunch that kept STO alive. I planned ahead and got my friends to join an RP server just for this factor. If something went wrong, PVE servers would be the first to empty. After being with STO and keeping an eye on it in the course of a year, when I resubbed there it was thanks to that crowd which kept the game going, kept dev coming, and bought Cryptic time to polish it up to where it should have been at launch. Did I rage, no. Did I complain, only in offering constructive criticism to Cryptic which they did listen to as I saw the changes happen later. I've been seeing BW do the same.

Hero engine was a fail move, sure. But soon that won't be a problem anymore as BW has been transitioning to their own inhouse engine during the course of this year. TOR is getting better, whether people want it or not.

This laptop, a bit excessive. Be better to just go out, buy an Asus or Lenovo...get some paint and paint it up then slap a TOR sticker on it.

I played until level 34, it just got boring to me, or it took 2 hours to find a group for anything.
 
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Some one in the World will buy it.
Just not me.
 
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$15,000 for a laptop themed on a game no one really plays . . . wow I really hope that's a typo and it's really $1,500!
 
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#14
I'd buy it... if I was the worlds richest man and had a qouta of so much money to spend on overpriced goods. Then I'd buy it...



...and maybe one of these celebrity mansions going around. Just saying. Would I live in it? No. Would I want to? No.
 

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#15
You can assign any price to limited edition stuff, given that its more or less unique