If you’re a PC gamer, you know who Razer is and what they do. Razer has made superb gaming mice and keyboards since 1998, now they’re ready to show the rest of the world what they can do. For 2011, Razer is showing off the Switchblade and Onza. The Switchblade is perhaps one of the most intriguing devices I’ve seen in a long time. At first sight, you might think it’s a laptop or netbook. Boy, you couldn’t be more incorrect! Since Razer is a gaming company, the Switchblade was created to deliver quality gaming experiences on the go. This isn’t a new platform, it is a PC at heart, however the design of the system is what makes it unique.
Here at ThinkComputers we mainly know Razer for gaming mice and their Mako speaker system. I really never thought of them as a console peripheral maker, but this year at CES most of what they were announcing was all made for consoles, particularly Xbox 360. If you are a console gamer then you are definitely going to like what Razer has in store for you in 2010.