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Submitted by -Mezzo- 598d ago | article

The “World’s First True Gaming Laptop” is Now More Powerful, Less Pricey

Kotaku - First revealed a year ago, the Razer Blade was a fascinating machine. Dubbed "The World's First True Gaming Laptop" by its makers, the $2,800 17-inch machine, weighing less than seven pounds, was a bold experiment that traded power for portability, and portability for price. (PC, Razer)

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