Well, let’s jump right into it. The Razer Switchblade might be one of the coolest things I saw at CES and it’s definitely making a splash in the gaming community.
The Razer Switchblade is a little smaller and a lot more powerful than a typical netbook, with a 7-inch multi-touch screen, Intel Atom processor and dynamic chameleon-like keyboard that adjusts its layout and configurations on the fly based on the game being played.
It’s described as a way to bring the desktop gaming experience to a purpose built portable form, but unfortunately, this may never see the light of day. Razer, who’s foray of products consists mostly of gaming accessories, are keeping quiet about actual production, but maybe their ‘Best of CES’ award might change that.
Peep the video trailer after the jump!