Succeeding the original Blade, Razer's Blade R2 is a refresh keeping the same shell but updating the internals of the gamer-specific notebook. It features a new quad-core Intel Core i7 processor paired to 8GB of RAM, an Nvidia GTX 660M for discrete graphics, and a new 64GB SSD + 500GB HDD storage layout. The Blade R2 retains its 17.3-inch 1080p display, green-backlit keyboard, and multifunctional, multitouch LCD.
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What You Need To Know
- Its multitouch pad transforms into an additional LCD touchscreen when an external mouse is used
- It now has three USB 3.0 ports and Bluetooth 4.0 built in
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At CES 2011, over a year ago, Razer showed off an incredible concept beneath glass. The peripheral manufacturer had produced a tiny clamshell PC with LCD keys that could change their function and appearance to match any application or game. The Razer Switchblade, as it is called, never made it out of its acrylic cage, but somehow, in the course of just seven months, it morphed into a...
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