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The Razer Switchblade is a highly portable, handheld PC gaming device with dual 7" multi-touch displays.

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Pros

small, portable form factor

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runs Windows 7

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128GB SSD - large enough for big games, faster, and more physically resilient than disk based storage

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mini-HDMI output - capable of outputting visuals onto a larger display

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quality matte black build

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custom unknown hardware - clear support from Intel, and other un-named companies? Potential for this to materialize once finalized

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completely customizable keyboard - each key is an LED backlit LCD display, customizable per game controls

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4-6 hours of gameplay on battery

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amazing for WoW and other MMO players

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Cons

lower-end hardware probably unable to deal with true HD gaming

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small, lower resolution display - annoying to game on

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just a concept device - will probably never see the light of day as a product

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keyboard lacks standard key layout - poor for regular computer use

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Intel Atom processor - not very capable, poor for traditional PC games

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Does not come in green

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  • Only 3 words are allowed.
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The Razer Switchblade is a highly portable, handheld PC gaming device with dual 7" multi-touch displays. The second display features a layer of tactile, dynamic keys which adapt to different gaming situations. Additionally, the Switchblade sports an Intel Atom processor, a pre-installed copy of Windows 7 with a custom user interface and a 128GB solid state drive.

The Switchblade's dynamic keyboard can be set with whichever control scheme best suits the current game being played, allowing for full-sized keys and proper functionality in a small forma factor. Its Intel Atom processor allows the Switchblade to handle more intense games while still allowing for a smaller form factor and relatively long battery life (the Switchblade is estimated at 4-6 hours of continuous use). Meanwhile, since the Switchblade runs Windows 7, it is capable of providing typical netbook/notebook functionality (web browsing, video watching, etc).

Features
  • Dual 7" multi-touch displays
  • Tactile, dynamic keys
  • Intel Atom processor
  • Windows 7 OS
  • 128GB solid state drive
  • Integrated webcam
  • Mini-HDMI output
  • WiFi and 3G wireless access
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