Razer Develops Killer Netbook Concept (VIDEO)
If you thought Apple was the only one who made awesome, stylish laptops, think again. The elite gaming company, Razer, has just showed off a new concept laptop called the Switchable and it is powered by Intel Atom.
The gorgeous gadget features a multi-touch screen with an innovative tactile dynamic keyboard that adapts based on what the user is doing. For example, certain keys can light up during gameplay, making it easier not to hit the wrong key during an intense firefight.
Featuring a 7-inch multi-touch display, this netbook-like concept runs on Windows 7 and supports both WiFi and 3G simultaneously. With mini-HDMI, USB 3.0, and your typical mic and headset connectors, you can be sure to stay connected.
While there is no discrete graphics card, due to its size, you can expect to get a typical portable gaming experience (as seen on the video). All in all, while this isn’t something I’ll be waiting to see come into production, it’s always nice to see companies stay innovative through design, and it’s even better when you know that Apple isn’t the only one who pays attention to aesthetics.
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