Got nearly three grand to spend on a laptop? Play far too much StarCraft for your own good? Then Razer probably designed their newest creation, the Blade, with you in mind. Coming in at only 6.9 pounds and an impressive .88-inches thin despite a 17-inch screen, the Blade ups the ante further with its altered keyboard. Swapping some keys for OLED buttons and an LCD touchpad, the device, it seems, is the bastard child of an Alienware and Nintendo DS. Other specs include a dual-core 2.8GHz Core i7 processor, 8GB of RAM, and a Nvidia GeForce GT555M 2GB graphics card.
It’s the world’s first “true” gaming laptop—whatever that means—according to its creators in the uber-intense video above that only the most hardcore gamers could take seriously. If anything, watch it for the awesome accents.