Remember the Razer Switchblade prototype that we first saw at CES 2011 earlier this year? It seems that this is one of the more secretive products from the famous gaming company, where we now know that it will be powered by the recently announced Intel Oak Trail processor. Strangely enough, it will arrive in China first, while carrying a games that will be developed by Tencent. Don’t be fooled by the name Tencent though, since it is one of the country’s largest Internet companies, and is probably worth more than rapper 50 Cent. Powered by Windows 7 as the operating system of choice, the Switchblade will come with a 7″ touchscreen display, and a programmable keyboard that is constructed over an LCD panel – perfect for catering to different regions of the world since there isn’t any need manufacture different keyboards. No word on pricing, but Razer claims the Switchblade is “affordable” – we hope this means layman affordable and not Ferrari affordable.
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