Razer is known for their garish products and they've just introduced a smaller version of the 17-inch Blade laptop.
This new 14-inch version has been designed to go up against the latest set of ultrabooks and it can with how ridiculously thin it is. Measuring at 16.8mm at its thickest point, that's a hair thinner than even the MacBook Air which is 17mm and the 13-inch MacBook Pro which is 24.1mm.
The design is very similar to the MacBook Pro - which isn't bad at all, though the bright green logos and accents won't suit everyone's taste.
The ultrabook packs a 128GB SSD, next gen Haswell Intel processors, 8GB of DDR3 ram, three USB 3.0 ports and a 14-inch 1600x900 screen. Razer has always aimed at gamers and this is no exception, packing Nvidia GTA 765M with 2GB of DDR5 memory and Intel HD4600 graphics. The SSD can be upgraded to 256GB and 512GB.
Though the price of this thing is crazy, starting at $1800, it's way above most other products with the same spec.