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Most companies refresh their products on an annual basis, carefully timing development and release schedules to match consumer demand, product obsolescence and component upgrades. It’s the norm, an expected pattern that most PC, smartphone and tablet manufacturers follow. Razer, however, completely ignores this cycle, as exemplified by its Blade line of gaming laptops — already on its third generation in less than two years. This would be less impressive if the firm wasn’t a relative newcomer to the game; before it announced the Blade, Razer was known primarily for creating keyboards, gaming mice and console controllers. A fully fledged gaming PC was a jarring departure for the humble peripheral maker.

Even so, here we are: reviewing the third-generation Razer Blade gaming laptop. This, too, is a departure from what we’ve grown to expect from the company — a smaller, thinner device bereft of the previous model’s signature Switchblade interface.

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.Click link below for article and reviews:

http://www.engadget.com/2013/07/02/14-inch-razer-blade-gaming-laptop-review/

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