Über gaming laptop devotee’s, a new contender has entered the arena and it has an innovative weapon at your fingetips. Makers of the ultimate hard-core gaming hardware Razer have announced the Razer Blade gaming laptop with its Switchblade UI. The Blade was developed in partnership with Intel, Switchblade is pure Razer. Alienware may have made a name with extravagant and outrageous case designs but one thing that gamers love even more is tactical advantage. Which is exactly what the Blades Switchblade UI promises. By combining an LCD touchscreen with 10 hot keys that actually have in-built screens all mapped to offer the greatest in-game advantage. Razer have made one hell of a first impression with their first attempt at the gamers laptop,the Blade.
The Christmas toy season is quickly approaching, toy companies around the world are beavering away in their labs trying to formulate the latest must have toy. Orbotix, a small company from Boulder Colorado may have this years viral toy sitting in the palm of their hand, a toy named Sphero. Orbotix have taken the worlds oldest toy, the ball, and dragged it kicking and screaming into the 21st century in turn creating the worlds only remote-controlled intelligent ball. Sphero, he will roll his way into everyone’s hearts and minds.
“The idea is to combine Sphero, a real world robot ball with the virtual world of augmented reality and by doing so, enhance the overall gaming experience for the user. Augmented reality allows Sphero to become the object of any number of virtual games. Picture Sphero as a wrecking ball crushing virtual objects in your living room – the possibilities are endless.” Adam Wilson, Chief Software Architect.