The Razer Switchblade is an upcoming portable gaming device developed by Razer. It was first unveiled on January 5, 2011, on the Consumer Electronics Show (CES). The Switchblade won The Best of CES 2011 People's Voice award. It has since been in development and the release date is still unknown. The Switchblade's main goal is to provide gamers with the functionality of a Windows computer, combined with the portability of a handheld device. It features a multitouch LCD screen and an adaptive keyboard that changes keys depending on the game you play. It also features a full mouse. In 2009, Razer secretly hired a team of engineers who used to work for Apple, HP, and Dell. They started a project, codenamed the Switchblade, which is a portable gaming device that would revolutionize the future of gaming. When asked about the development of the Switchblade, Razer's CEO, Min-Liang Tan, believed that the development of the Switchblade started from a small gaming peripheral company, into a well-known corporation that would develop the first full portable PC gaming console. He said Razer isn_t just about bringing innovation to the PC, but creating products that will change the future of
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