Razer announced that its Blade and Blade Pro gaming laptops will be easier to get your hands on by expanding availability to brick and mortar retail locations in conjunction with the release of Windows 10. The company is now shipping both the Blade and Blade Pro gaming laptops with Windows 10 pre-installed, and you can now go see one in person at various stores before purchasing.
Razer's laptops will now be sold in all Microsoft stores, Fry's and Microcenter locations, as well as B&H Photo. Razer said these locations will provide a hands-on experience before purchasing, although consumers can still order the laptops from RazerStore.com if they prefer online purchases.
Razer wasted no time at all getting its Blade and Blade Pro gaming laptops out the door with Microsoft's latest operating system. The company decided it wanted to be one of the very first to market with Windows 10 pre-loaded computers. (Many companies have done the same, including but not limited to Origin PC, MSI and Maingear, along with big OEMS such as Dell, HP and Acer.)
In addition to pre-loaded computers, Razer has released Windows 10 drivers for owners of Blade and Blade Pro laptops that were purchased in 2013 and later who plan to upgrade to the latest OS. Along with the drivers, Razer has updated the software for its popular keyboards and mice to fully support Windows 10, with the intention of making the transition smooth for owners of Razer-branded peripherals.