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Razer Blade Gaming Laptop Hands-On (Video)

Maximum PC: The saying, "You get what you pay for" gets tossed around a lot, but sometimes this proverb doesn't always ring true. At $2,500, the new 17.3" Razer Blade gaming laptop certainly is expensive, but is it worth it? (PC, Razer, Tech)

mpctips  +   1068d ago
Nice looking laptop, ho-hum graphics chip.
neogeo  +   1068d ago
Gaming laptops used to be a joke but thanks to tablets and cell phones GPU's are getting so small and cool that it now works. My Laptop was $450 and runs a dual GPU, APU with 1.5 gigs video and 8GIGs of DDR3. I have it overclocked and cooled running a 240gig SSD. It can run circles around PS3/360. I have Skyrim maxed with graphic mods and it never drop below 40fps.
ninjahunter  +   1068d ago
you mean $1450?
neogeo  +   1068d ago
no $450
specialguest  +   1068d ago
Meh... you could get a Sager laptop with a 680m for significantly less.
ninjahunter  +   1068d ago
$1000 too expensive for those specs. You ask me, its not worth that much to shave off 3 pounds and make the screen an inch bigger.

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