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Mar 19, 2014
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When Razer unveiled the latest version of the Blade gaming laptop we immediately thought of and sang this song:


Yes, sana akin ka na lang! We play a lot of PC games (although a ten-year-old kid can kick our butts in DoTa) so seeing something like the Razer Blade becoming official certainly made our hearts go aflutter.                                   

Just take a look at the sexy beast below.


Swabeng-swabe sa paningin, like Marian Rivera in her latest FHM cover.

And, if you really paid attention to its looks, you'll notice one thing: this bad boy doesn't look half as bulky as other, older gaming notebooks. Get this: it measure only 0.7 inch thin, which is why the guys over at Razer are proclaiming it as the world's thinnest gaming notebook.

razer blade 2014

But don't get drowned in its sleek, utterly futuristic looks. There's more to the 2014 Blade than an ogle-worthy facade. It's made by Razer, a brand known for cool gaming devices, so it's logical to expect it to have innards that will take hardcore gaming by the horns. And top-tier hardware it has! We're talking about a notebook that has the latest Intel Core i7 processors, 8GB of RAM, and Nvidia's GeForce GTX 870M which is also one of the best gaming video cards for lappies in the market today.

And to sweeten the deal, Razer throws in up to 512GB of solid-state storage (faster than the HDDs most laptops have). Whew! That kind of hardware certainly begs for games other than Minesweeper and Farmville!

And the display certainly deserves your utmost attention, too. The 2014 Blade has a 14-inch touchscreen with a resolution of 3200x1800. That's more than twice of Full HD! Konti na lang, ultra-definition na! The all-aluminum casing and backlit, programmable keys deserve pogi points, too!

Now, for the price. Fellas, it's not cheap. The base version goes for a whopping $2,199 or around P98,000. Yes, a wallet killer, but you're gonna get what you're paying for at least in terms of sheer hardware and drool-worthy looks.

And now we want to sing this:


Note: The 2014 Razer Blade is now up for pre-order here. The first units will ship starting next month.