The second-generation Razer Blade conjures images of a young James Dean -- beautiful and dangerous. Reminiscent of a muscle car’s hood, the matte black aluminum lid has a seductive green three-headed snake insignia in the middle. The interior features more black aluminum, a large island-style keyboard and a rebellious 3.5 x 2.3-inch LCD that acts as the touchpad with 10 LCD macro buttons. However, instead of sitting meekly centered below the G and H keys, the Blade’s touchpad sits to the right of the keyboard, buck all trends with a devil may care attitude.
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