Post by Eorl @ 01:27pm 25/09/12 | 6 Comments
We recently had a chance to speak to Razer's CEO, Min-Liang Tan, about the upcoming Australian release of their gaming orientated laptop, the "Blade". Featuring a range of customisable buttons, game-specific feedback and more, Min-Liang was able to give us the run down of just why people should be keeping an eye out for this beast on Australian shores.
"We are calling it a true gaming laptop, because we want to draw attention to the fact that it’s not just gaming, it’s a gaming laptop that’s super-thin, and super-light; something that you can carry around; not a desktop replacement", Min-Liang reveals.
"From that want, and the (pretty badass I think) non-compromising attitude that whenever someone said that “it’s impossible to do this”, we basically said fuck you, we’re just going to continue doing that. We designed the Razer Blade, and launched this in North America last year, and it’s gotten a phenomenal response, but we’ve been getting pinged by Australian gamers all the time on Twitter: “hey man, we always get the things last over here”, and stuff like that."
Make sure you check out the full interview here for a look at how Razer came up with the idea of the "Blade".
The Razer Blade will be available on November 1st for a SRP of AUD$2999.