So when you watch this video, what does it make you think?
Obviously the $2800 price tag isn't something that I'd jump for joy over, and the fact that it isn't running the latest GTX Graphics Cards from NVidia kinda gets me on the edge about just how much this gaming laptop can put out. Still, the graphics card is not slacking, and with dual-core i7 processors, it's a beast with very little competition in it's class (really, I'd compare it to Alienware m17x and m18x)
One thing I don't know about is if it has an option for a Blu-Ray player. I don't think it does(correct me if anyone has heard anything). Doesn't mean it's less impressive without one, but in an era where Blu-Ray is taking over, and this gaming laptop is striving for next-gen performance and technology, lacking a Blu-Ray player hurts when you have a full 1080p display.
In my personal opinion, it's a great laptop. Razer really went out with how portable and lightweight this laptop is. It really defines the term "portable gaming" quite well. However, is that all that this is good for? Size and appearance? The specs on this computer are impressive, but you could build an even better desktop for less. It's obviously not portable, but hey, it's better than this AND you spent less money to build the computer. I think there are even some Asus gaming laptops out there that cost less than this and match the same specs.
The thing I do like about this laptop is the screen on the side where you can set macros. However, nothing that you can't do with a Razer Naga(in my opinion the best gaming mouse out there). The screen, in truth, makes me feel like I'm playing a giant DS, with extra buttons on top. It's nice, but not worth paying $2800 for.
Would I buy this? If I had $2800 to spare..... probably.... not. I mean, it's nice, but in reality, we all know you are paying almost $3000 for the name "Razer" being on the box. I'd rather go out and get me an Asus for less.
What do you think? Would you guys buy it?