A little device which created a rather big buzz at this year’s CES was the new Mobile Gaming PC from Razer – dubbed the “Switchblade” – based on Intel’s Atom chipset.
Though just a concept for now, the idea seems to have sparked the imagination of the masses at CES, by bringing traditional PC desktop gaming to a portable form factor.
Razer, known as one of the world’s leading firms in the field of high-end precision gaming products has dreamed up a gaming device with an ultra-sensitive multi-touch screen, dynamic tactile keyboard, and an intelligent user interface which adjusts the configuration and key layout on-the-fly, based on game content and user requirements.
The concept was designed ground up by Razer’s team of designers and engineers, in collaboration with Intel. The firms say they were focusing on enhancing the entire user experience of playing an extensive PC game library on a handheld device.
Unfortunately, seeing as the Razer is just a concept at present, there is scant other information about the device and its specs, but judging from the reactions overheard at the show, this is one concept people want made into reality sooner rather than later.