Razer Introduces New 2013 Blade Gaming PCs

With a thin new build and plenty of power, these are superb for on-the-go gaming.

Razer is a company that knows how to make some good high-end gaming PCs and tablets.  Today the company revealed the latest in its line-up of Blade devices, with the all-new Razer Blade and the upgraded Razer Blade Pro.

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The Blade comes with a 14-inch screen and is powered with a “future 4th-gen Intel Core” processor (the Haswell), along with 8 GB of RAM and a GeForce GTX 765M.  You’ll also be able to choose between 128, 256 and 512 GB hard drives, and utilize a battery that lasts up to six hours.  The core model goes for $1799.99, though prices differ depending on hard drive size.

Meanwhile, the 17-inch Pro model comes with all these features, as well as an Ethernet port and a multitouch LCD display/trackpad.  It’ll run you $2,299.99 to start, going up from there depending on hard drive size.

You can pre-order both of these bad boys now over at the official Razer store.  They’re expected to ship sometime in June

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