Razor PC Winning With Gamers
The Blade gaming laptop looks like a notebook. Razer, a video game accessory company, brought the $2,800 product to market late last year, and the laptop earned an Innovations award at the Consumer Electronics Show in January. But last month's debut of Diablo III, the fastest-selling PC game ever, could finally give gamers in the market for a replacement PC the option of one optimized for gaming. "There's a rapidly growing market for high-quality hardware that targets PC gamers, and Razer is tapping into that," says DFC Intelligence founder David Cole.