RAZER Introduces Thunderbolt Plug-and-Play Graphics Card

Razer is no stranger to introducing some pretty crazy new tech at CES. This year they don't skimp on that reputation! After showing off their new thinner, more accessible Ultrabook, the Razer Blade Stealth ($999) they ripped the veil off their latest invention, the Razer Core. Plugging the Blade Stealth into the Core allows this sleek laptop to perform better than most desktop computers. The Core offers housing for most leading name brand GPUs from Nvidia and AMD. The plug and play device also adds an extra 4 USB 3.0 ports and a gigabit Ethernet port. Unlike similar pieces of tech, there is no need to reset your laptop in order to use the Razer Core. Just plug it in via Thunderbolt and let it do its thing. This is huge for people who need a laptop for working on the go, but want high powered performance when at their home or office. Get more info from Razer's official product page.

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