Razer Switchblade Gaming Notebook Prototype Revealed at CES; Is it the Best Gadget This Year?

January 7, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

CES 2011 is very much on, and have you ever spared a moment think which among those gadgets on show is the best? Tough question, we know. But here’s one device that could have its name considered winner in that category.

We are talking of a 7-inch hardcore gaming notebook christened Switchblade, and the device comes from the stables of Razer. At the CES podium we saw the device that boasts of hiding under its hood an unreleased variant of the Intel Atom processor.

Complete with a capacitive multitouch screen of  1024 x 600 resolution, the notebook has as its features 128GB SSD, 3G, Wi-Fi, HDMI-out and USB port.

The notebook runs a full copy of Windows 7 OS and is a mean machine that has hardware acceleration that would help you play highly graphic-rich games. Try out the Left4Dead and World of Warcraft – you will know what we mean. We are yet confirm whether the GPU is a Tegra 2-powered one.

The device is being tipped to be the best gadget that has come to CES 2011.  The Switchblade boasts of full size keypad buttons that can change depending on what program is running.

Razer has brought forth the Switchblade as hardcore gaming notebook that is fully programmable.  What we saw at CES is of course a prototype, so we cant say when it is really coming for real. Watch a video below, and you will know why the Razer Switchblade is being touted as the best gadget that has come to this year’s edition of CES!

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