Eschewing the unpopular and largely non-existent practice of releasing new versions of products that are worse than the previous ones, the latest version of Razer’s wafer-thin gaming laptop is better than the ones that came before it. Good call.
In South Korea, Dark Souls has a following and fans. You'd think the makers of popular mobile game Blade would know they couldn't get away with ripping it off. You'd think!
I haven't seen Blade in a while, but one of my primary memories of the film is when Wesley Snipes whips out his multi-bladed chakram and wipes out like, five thousand vampires at once. Blood everywhere! Sunglasses! Trenchcoat!
Razer's Blade Pro gets its first serious competition in the small form-factor gaming laptop category in the form of MSI's GS70, a 17-inch gaming laptop that's only .85 inches thick and weighs less than six pounds. My god.
Razer is holding a sweepstakes to give away a limited edition Star Wars edition of their $2500 Blade laptop. I was going to wait until after sign-ups were closed to tell you folks, but figure if I win I'd just have to give it away all over again anyway, so have at it.
The first Razer Blade was not a high performance gaming laptop, nor was it meant to be. It was designed with a balance of portability and power in mind, and the allure of a 17 inch gaming laptop that weighs less than seven pounds was enough for the unit to sell out at every turn, paving the way for a second edition.
When I asked you folks to suggest games for me to test out the Razer Blade, Guild Wars 2's name came up an awful lot. At the time I replied that I wouldn't have the Blade when the press beta rolled around. Well, turns out I lied.
When I see the term 'gaming laptop', the first word that comes to mind is 'performance'. And when I hear of a gaming laptop with a price tag of nearly $2,800, I imagine a system that can readily outperform any less expensive machine.
Originally slated for release before Christmas, Razer's ambitious Blade gaming laptop has run into supply issues pushing shipping back to mid to late January. Don't cry, they're throwing in a free gaming mouse. You can't cry when there's a free mouse involved.
With only a few short weeks before Christmas, Razer prepares to take preorders on their dedicated gaming laptop, the Razer Blade. Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan explains what's changed since the "world's first true gaming laptop" was revealed in August, and talks about the Army origins of the laptop's sleek and sexy design.
We were blown away, BLOWN AWAY, by Razer's surprise laptop announcement this morning.
Does PC gaming need to be saved? It's a question so arrogant it upset gamers for weeks after gaming peripheral manufacturer Razer posed it.
The death of PC gaming, it turns out, will be stopped by a new, multiscreen, ultra-thin, 17-inch $2,800 laptop from Razer.
"I live in the shadows. Shadows are dark places." I've only seen one minute of footage from Wesley Snipes' Julius Styles: The International, and already I've learned an important lesson about darkness. Thanks, Blade.
A red and blue figure twists and spins through the skies of New York. Crimson and gold streaks through the clouds. Primal fury is unleashed. Darkness hunts darkness in the shadowy streets. This is Marvel Pinball.