Razer Blade Laptop Announced; play Crysis 2 and Battlefield 3 with maxed out details

Razer has just announced the world’s first true gaming laptop. The Razer Blade features true portability, incredible performance, and a revolutionary user interface. And yes, you will be able to enjoy most high-end PC games with maxed out settings at high framerates. Razer have teamed up with NVIDIA and Intel to create a laptop that can play next-gen games on a 17-inch screen, while weighing under 7 pounds, and being 0.88 inches thin.

The Switchblade UI puts your hotkeys, macros, and skills on 10 adaptive tactile keys with a matching icons. Beneath that, an ultra-sensitive LCD multi-touch panel displays in-game info such as quests and chat messages. It can also be used as a multi-touch track pad if you want to leave your Razer mouse at home. Everything you need to dominate is at your fingertips.
It looks slick to say the least. Razer Blade is slated for release in North America in Q4 2011 and will actually cost you $2800 USD. Enjoy its announcement trailer and its specifications!
Product Specifications:

-2.8GHz Intel® Core™ i7 2640M Processor
-8GB 1333MHz DDR3 Memory
-17.3″ LED Backlit Display (1920x1080)
-NVIDIA GeForce GT 555M with NVIDIA Optimus Technology 2GB Dedicated GDDR5 Video Memory
-Built-in HD Webcam
-Integrated 60Wh Battery
-320GB 7200rpm SATA HDD
-Wireless Network 802.11 b/g/n Compatible
-16.81″ (Width) x 10.9″ (Depth) x 0.88″ (Height); 6.97lbs (Weight)

Razer Blade - The World's First True Gaming Laptop

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