The Razer Blade and Razer Edge Pro, a PC laptop and a tablet respectably by Razer, are now available for in-store purchase at approximately 100 Best Buy locations.
Min-Liang, Razer co-founder, CEO and creative director, is proud that, “Two years ago, Razer was known as a niche company that made the world’s best gaming peripherals. Today, we are leading the charge in tablet and laptop innovation with systems available at Best Buy.”
The Razer Blade is a 14-inch gaming laptop that recently won an Editor’s Choice award from PC Mag. The laptop packs a 0.66 inch chassis with hardware that includes a 4th gen IntelCore i7-4702HQ and the latest NVIDIA GeForce GTX 765M graphics processor. The 0.66 inch thick laptop is thinner than an American dime which measures at 0.71 inches. The retail price is $1,999.
The Razer Edge Pro is a PC gaming tablet that won at the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) as well as won CNET’s “Best of Show” and “People’s Voice” awards. Additionally, the tablet garnered acclaim from Popular Science, TechRadar, and LAPTOP Magazine. The tablet is a 10 inch screen PC and console hybrid that operates as a tablet, a PC via a tablet with an attached keyboard, a mobile console, and a home console all the while playing PC games at full capacity. The retail price is $1,449.
Best Buy is the first United States retailer selling Razer products. The partnership is an exclusive nationwide agreement for Best Buy to sell the Razer Blade and Razer Edge Pro in-store.
Disabilities impact each of us differently and experiencing gaming products firsthand allows us to understand whether or not the technology is accessible to us. Holding, looking, and listening to the technology gives us a hands on understanding of whether or not the device is compatible with our disabilities before we spend one or two thousand dollars. Razer is a well-known gaming brand often used in gaming tournaments that is now available for all gamers to experience in person for an informative buying decision.