Back in 2010, gaming was confined to the bulky desktops at home or on the consoles connected to your TVs. When a year rolled by, Razer made their first real mark in history by producing the physics defying Razer Blade, the first true gaming laptop. However, being new to the scene and trying to build the market from the ground up, the Razer Blade wasn’t exactly fairly priced. At the time an i7 processor and GT 555M graphics card didn’t really justify the $2400-dollar build. But Razer was an accessories seller. It had mice, mouse mats, keyboards and headphones.