In a former life, Razer was a humble peripherals company known for making keyboards and mouses for gamers' twitchy hands. But then, in 2011, the company shocked everyone by revealing a sleek gaming laptop; the Razer Blade, a thin slice of matte-black aluminum, crammed full of game-ready guts and topped with a sharp 17-inch screen.
If other gaming laptops were B-52s, this was a stealth bomber.
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Wired, September Issue, 2013