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Razor Blade 14inch Notebook gaming heaven


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This Notebook has more power than most desktops.
You get all this:
Rador Blade
Intel® Core™ i7-4702HQ Quad Core Processor with Hyper Threading 2.2GHz / 3.2GHz (Base/Turbo)
Mobile Intel® PCHM 8 series chipset, HM87
8GB onboard memory (DDR3L-1600MHz)
Graphics and Video
NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 870M (3GB GDDR5 VRAM, Optimus™ Technology)
14.0" QHD+ 16:9 Ratio, 3200x1800, with LED backlight, capacitive multi-touch
128GB / 256GB / 512GB SSD (SATA M.2)
Size and Weight
Width: 13.6” / 345mm
Depth: 9.3" / 235mm
Height: 0.70"/ 17.9mm
Weight: 4.47lbs / 2.03kg
Operating System
It's all crammed into a 14" Notebook only 17.9mm (0.7") thick, and looks nice with green Logo.
Quite phenomenal.


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The CEO of Razer explains the hyper-detailed design of the company's latest gaming laptop and why it developed its USB port from scratch.


The gaming company Razer, best known for its gaming accessories like super-precise lag-free mice and keyboards, announced a new laptop today, the second generation of its super-powerful 14-inch gaming laptop, the Blade. I sat down with Min Liang Tan, the CEO of Razer, to learn about the upgraded design and amidst Tan's chatting about the phenomenal speed and power of the new Blade, Min also mentioned that his company had spent "hundreds of thousands of dollars" designing the USB ports on the laptop.

USB ports don't typically cost hundreds of thousands of dollars to design. In fact, they don't typically cost a single dollar to design. They need to be of one size, to fit all the gadgets that plug into them, and they've been around long enough that any of a hundred factories in China and Taiwan will churn them out for pennies at most. You buy them, you shove them in your laptop. You certainly don't bother thinking much about them. So what the hell was Min doing?

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So how much does that add to the cost of each Notebook ?

Must have been a very expensive shade of green


Still a nice machine, doubt it will be easy on the pocket

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