Friday, 3 February 2012

Razer Blade gaming laptop

I don't know massive amounts about computers, but I do know engough to recognise this thing is pretty powerful. But the main reason I am posting Razer's gaming laptop here is because of its design. It's got prgrammable LCD keys and a similar trackpad. How awesome is that?

STRAFE!!!!

7 comments:

  1. Very cool thing. I couldn't survive using windows though. Then again, OSX is hardly over useful for gaming so what do I know.

    It looks pretty anyway :)

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  2. Just checked the specs on it. Solid State Drive on board. Thumbs up there, SSDs are incredible.

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  3. SSDs are indeed lovely things. As I keep on telling folks who are thinking of buying one - you could quite happily live without one with no problems, but the minute you do bung one in your machine the difference is marked. As for that laptop...well, the programmable things are fine and dandy, but by god it's an ugly bugger. Also, it stretches the definition of 'lap' to epic proportions. Use that on your lap to play games, and I suspect your legs will melt.

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  4. The point of a gaming laptop has always eluded me. If one is so hard-core into gaming, wouldn't it be best to maximize the experience by dropping coin on a huge monitor and high-powered tower, which can usually be had for the price of the turbocharged laptop? I suppose the laptop would be hand if space is an issue, but still....

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  5. What do the SSD drives do that's so special? Are they just faster?

    @ #2501 I guess the point of buying a laptop for any function is justified by one thing - you need to do whatever it is you're doing untethered and in various locations. PS - your handle is really hard to type on a Mac! I always have to look up where the hash key is!

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  6. This laptop would be better if it had an nvidia gtx 560m graphics card, a quad core i7, an optical drive, and a long battery so you could game on the go, NO DOUBT it's gonna be able to play modern high end games, matter of fact I'm pretty good with computers so I know what it'll run. It should run battlefield 3 at high settings with about 28-39 frames per second, but it won't be able to run it on max, so therefore it won't be able to play games for that long, at the most 2 years will be considered good, but I'm not saying to forget the laptop totally, I'm deciding on a gaming laptop to buy and I'm thinking about buying this, but that's a maybe. Have a good day, thank you for reading this and may GOD bless all of you, JESUS loves you :)

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  7. The latest video games are encoded with amazing sound, including surround-sound effects that laptops with plain stereo speakers won't play. Laptops that have these additional audio ports can be plugged into a larger speaker system for a more immersive game-play experience.

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