Razer Switchblade Could Redefine Playing MMOs On the Go
If you’re a PC gamer, you’ve heard of Razer. If you haven’t, please drop your PC gamer credentials in the trash right over there. If you’re not a PC gamer, just know that Razer is one of the top manufacturers of PC peripherals for gaming.
It looks like Razer is about to expand their focus to include gaming machines as well. Well, at least one very specific type of gaming machine.
They’ve just announced the Switchblade. It’s just a concept right now, but what a concept. It’s like a gaming netbook, only better. It features a 7″ multi-touch screen, an Intel Atom processor, and one of the most interesting keyboards I have ever seen.
Apparently, the keyboard (let me quote this from Razer), “intelligently recognizes the game‘s specific interface and transposes the interactive visual elements such as command icons and control schemes right to the mechanical keys.”
Trust me when I say that it doesn’t sound nearly as awesome as it looks. This isn’t just a macro or two. This is actual in-game UI being transferred onto keys, complete with in-game art for the buttons.
You can see more info on it at Razer’s Switchblade page. Also, you can see it in video below. Try not to let your jaw hit the floor too hard, ok?