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    Default Razer Blade: The World's Thinnest Gaming Laptop

    The Razer Blade Pro



    The Razer Blade Pro is one of slimmest, most stylish gaming laptops and is as portable as they come, measuring less than 23mm deep when the lid is closed.



    This slim design does come at a cost, with a $2,500 price tag for the 256GB SSD option. However there is also the fan noise which is disappointing as it's clearly audible. And as sometimes common, the chassis is easily subject to fingerprint marks and so it can be hard to keep it looking pristine.

    This Razer lays emphasis on style; from the twisted green snake emblem on the lid, to the layout. The trackpad doubles as an LCD display and is been placed right-hand side, in front of 10 programmable macro keys. And each key has an LCD behind it to display specific symbols depending on the game in play, assuming compatibility with the game.

    The latest fourth-generation Intel Core i7 processor, 8GB of 1600Mhz DDR3 RAM and Nvidia GeForce GTX 765M graphics, with its own 2GB of GDDR5, allows for smooth running games in high quality.

    Razer Blade Review: http://www.maximumpc.com/article/%5B...ade_review2012

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    It would snap like my muscles at the gym when you aren't extremely careful with it.
    Anyway as long as you can change parts (my friend has a gaming laptop where you can change the parts, so yes it's possible) every 2 years or so the laptop itself won't turn shit, because gaming laptops don't last long due to overheating.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Martian View Post
    It would snap like my muscles at the gym when you aren't extremely careful with it.
    Anyway as long as you can change parts (my friend has a gaming laptop where you can change the parts, so yes it's possible) every 2 years or so the laptop itself won't turn shit, because gaming laptops don't last long due to overheating.
    Thats why you get a PC fan to put under it.

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    If you drop that or accidently step on it its done But anyways its a pretty cool laptop. I bet it stays cool off the time

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