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Deals August 3: 15.6" ASUS Core i7 Laptop $699.99

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August 4, 2012 12:09:11 AM

17.3" Razer Blade 1080p Core i7 Gaming Laptop w/256GB SSD, 2GB NVIDIA GT 555M for $2,799.99 with free shipping.

How is that a good deal for old tech that cost a lot? O okay... free shipping.
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August 4, 2012 1:55:09 AM

lol that Razer Blade Gaming laptop is a big rip off for the price. for thatr much you'd think it would have a Sandy Bridge-E CPU and a Nvidia GT 680M GPU in it.
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August 4, 2012 6:15:22 AM

SteelCity1981lol that Razer Blade Gaming laptop is a big rip off for the price. for thatr much you'd think it would have a Sandy Bridge-E CPU and a Nvidia GT 680M GPU in it.

To my knowledge Sandy Bridge-E doesn't have mobile CPUs, even though a few manufacturers managed to cram a SB-E CPU on a laptop.
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August 4, 2012 6:29:16 AM

VladislausTo my knowledge Sandy Bridge-E doesn't have mobile CPUs, even though a few manufacturers managed to cram a SB-E CPU on a laptop.

It doesn't. All SB-E CPUs are workstation parts that use a gigantic number of pins that makes it completely unsuitable for a laptop.
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August 4, 2012 3:21:33 PM

The razer blade is pretty funny. You can get so much more for that price. At the very least a GTX680M maybe a Core i7-3720QM, 16GB of RAM etc. Pretty much anything Clevo-based like Sager or OriginPC or Eurocom would crush it performance-per-dollar, even Alienware's lappies would be competitive compared to the blade. Not that razer actually focused on performance...min liang tan actually said that it was focused on style and portability and sleekness. Toms is an enthusiast site though, so I didn't expect things like these to be on the list...
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