If I told you that something fast, powerful and very light was going to be unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show , you wouldn’t be surprised. But what if I told you that thing wasn’t a car, but was actually a laptop. That might get your attention.
Razer, purveyor of all things awesome for PC gamers has teamed up with Koenigsegg , creator of some of the fastest cars in the world, to create a special-edition version laptop. The laptop in question is a customized version of the Razer Blade.
Based on the design of the Koeingsegg Agera R , this special-edition Blade laptop has a black finish with bright green "fang" design surrounding a Koenigsegg shield logo. Aside from the looks, this is one of the most powerful laptops you can get on the market. It comes loaded with all the latest hardware from Intel and Nvidia. Only fitting for a machine wearing the Koenigsegg name.
The Razer Blade is more than a powerful gaming machine, it has been designed with a focus on lightness and thinness. The Blade is actually the thinnest gaming laptop in the entire world. The entire machine is thinner than the diameter of a dime.
The laptop will not be for sale in any traditional manner, instead Razer will give away two of these special laptops to a pair of fans in celebration of the collaboration. Additionally, we are sure that certain Koenigsegg owners and "fans of Razer" will be given the machines.
If you’d like to enter to win the powerful laptop, you can enter here.
Click past the jump to read more about the Koenigsegg Agera R.
The Koenigsegg Agera R is one of the fastest and most powerful cars to ever be put into production. Powered by a special in-house V8 with a pair of turbochargers, the Agera R is good for 1,140 horsepower. Top speed is a theoretical 273 mph. We say Theoretical because they haven’t been able to test it yet. There are only a handful of places in the entire world that this speed can be reached, and the best one is owned by Volkswagen.
With the Agera R’s ability to potentially dethrone the Bugatti Veyron as world’s fastest car, VW won’t play ball.
They do own Bugatti after all.
Gallery Koenigsegg Agera R
Razer™, the global leader in gaming devices and software, announced today a partnership with Swedish supercar manufacturer Koenigsegg to produce a series of not-for-sale Koenigsegg limited edition Razer Blade laptops. The alliance is emblematic of the two brands’ common preoccupation with engineering perfection.
“Every single detail of a Koenigsegg car is measured against our continuing goal to enhance vehicle performance,” says Koenigsegg Automotive AB CEO Christian von Koenigsegg. “This is reflected in everything we do. Nothing is insignificant. We find our doppelganger in Razer—a company inspired beyond conventional reason to design products for extreme functionality and fun.”
The relationship is tethered between Koenigsegg’s headquarters in Ängelholm, Sweden and Razer’s San Francisco design offices, through which Razer’s roster of in-house scientists and engineers are focused on developing cutting-edge technology.
The partners plan to inaugurate the Razer-Koenigsegg relationship with a limited edition of custom not-for-sale Blade laptops, which a select few Koenigsegg owners and Razer fans will get to use. The gaming system will boast power that belies its ultra-thin chassis, which will be CNC machined and appointed with unmistakable Koenigsegg cachet.
The Koenigsegg Razer Blade will be unveiled at the Geneva International Motor Show in March 2014, where it will show off its performance, letting a lucky few drive virtual Agera R´s in the best possible setting. Both Razer and Koenigsegg see this collaboration as a first step in a long relationship from which more exciting products can be born and brought to market through the collaboration.
“As far as I’m concerned, Koenigsegg is the archetype by which all design innovation may be measured universally—a company hell bent on combining beauty, performance and sheer power,” says Min-Liang Tan, Razer co-founder, CEO and creative director. “Our shared obsession with extreme performance makes working with Christian and his crew an exciting project and an honor.”