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Razer Blade --> booooooo

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Any company that makes such ridiculous claims such as "It'll change the history of PC gaming" is only going to get dismissed like Apple in my mind.

All marketing BS that's almost always trying to compensate for an inferior product.

Difference between Apple and these guys is that Apple can (somewhat) back up their silly claims, doesn't change the fact that they're still silly, though. And anyone who's prepared to pay such extortion for a logo needs their head tested.

If you're going to throw money away like that, let me have it smile.gif.
Edited by Thingamajig - 2/5/12 at 4:09am
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Well being left handed I can safely say I will be adding this laptop to the list things I can never operate.
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post #54 of 79
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Well being left handed I can safely say I will be adding this laptop to the list things I can never operate.

Haha, x2. I Actually didn't notice that till you mentioned it. Silly decision on their part i must admit. Razor is not in my good books.
post #55 of 79
In a world where one can get a MSI 17 inch gaming laptop with 2630QM, GTX570m, 8GB of RAM and windows for less than $1200, the Razer Blade makes very little sense, if I wanted a good keyboard, i would just connect a ducky mechanical to it
 
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I am probably going to get flamed for this, but I can see the market they're targeting for this and I am part of that market.

The idea of having a gaming capable laptop in the body of a MacBook Pro has me very intrigued. I'd have to see how games like Battlefield 3, Witcher 2, Tribes Ascend and Skyrim run on it first, but I am very interested in the results. I have used my girl friend MacBook Pro a fair bit I am even typing on it now and the idea of something like this, but I can play games on it has me very interested.

I know I can build a better performing PC at half the cost, I know I can buy a much better gaming laptop for less; but those gaming Laptop are huge, heavy and if I need to take that to uni every single day it's going to do my back in, also the power bricks are quiet large taking up substantial space inside my bag. I've had a MSI forgot model number for a while and while it plays games well it's just so inconvenient to take everywhere I need, but this looks as thought it will settle those problems again though I'd have to see how it performs first before I'd even think about buying it.

Best prepare flame shield. tongue.gif
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I know I can build a better performing PC at half the cost, I know I can buy a much better gaming laptop for less; but those gaming Laptop are huge, heavy and if I need to take that to uni every single day it's going to do my back in, also the power bricks are quiet large taking up substantial space inside my bag. I've had a MSI forgot model number for a while and while it plays games well it's just so inconvenient to take everywhere I need, but this looks as thought it will settle those problems again though I'd have to see how it performs first before I'd even think about buying it.
Best prepare flame shield. tongue.gif

There's more options than just this or macbook pro. My sager 5165 cost 1200 and has a 2670q and 555gt. You could also get an hp pavillion or xps with similar specs and both those weight less than 6 pounds, like the macbook pro. Why pay that price when you could pay literally half as much and get the same specs, including weight?
Edited by perfectblade - 2/5/12 at 7:51am
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Edited by perfectblade - 2/5/12 at 8:10am
post #59 of 79
It comes down to availability and trust in a product as well. Living in Australia restricts what laptops I can buy; if import I receive a tax, then I have to worry about the power block, and my personal experience and those of my friends have been less than stellar with both HP and Dell to put it mildly. If Razer can prove that it's better than the competition then why shouldn't I give it a fair go?
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It comes down to availability and trust in a product as well. Living in Australia restricts what laptops I can buy; if import I receive a tax, then I have to worry about the power block, and my personal experience and those of my friends have been less than stellar with both HP and Dell to put it mildly. If Razer can prove that it's better than the competition then why shouldn't I give it a fair go?

I highly doubt it would be more reliable than a Sager, and probably has worse screen options at 2x the price....
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