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Razer, Tencent team up to bring Switchblade to China

updated 10:45 am EDT, Wed April 13, 2011

Switchblade Razer to come to Chinese ISP Tencent

The Razer Switchblade introduced at CES will see its first market release in China thanks to a newly announced partnership between the device's maker and Chinese ISP Tencent, Netbook News said. The portable gaming device has Windows 7 preloaded and will not only get access to QQ Speed, a chat program, but be optimized for games like Crossfire, League of Legends, and Dungeon & Fighter. The netbook-like device's keyboard can change function and appearance depending on the software loaded.

The Switchblade uses a 1.5GHz Intel Atom Z670 processor and sports a USB 3.0 connection, a mini HDMI output, and both headphone and microphone ports. No other specs are yet known.

When the device will actually be released in China or what it will cost hasn't been announced, however.








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