Razer is best known for its portfolio of gaming accessories so anything else coming out from their side is surprising. At the ongoing CES, they’re showing off their Switchblade PC concept design, which is a small PC but concentrates on gaming.
The concept is based on Intel’s Atom processor running Windows 7. The Switchblade functions like a normal PC (albeit with a very small screen) but its keys can be remapped on-the-fly to suit the game’s requirements. The prototype also features a mini HDMI port, USB 3.0, Wi-Fi and 3G connectivity.