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Submitted by -Mezzo- 786d ago | review

Forbes - Review: Razer Blade Gaming Ultrabook (2013)

Forbes - Razer turned heads last month when they announced having manufactured the world’s thinnest gaming laptop, boasting the most power-per-cubic-inch of any notebook released to date. Phrases like “insanely powerful” and “impossibly thin” are littered across the product’s marketing copy. Are these just bombastic buzzwords or is there an approachable, enthusiast-grade gaming notebook beneath the Blade’s sexy new shell? (PC) -

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