Razer, the world’s leading high-end precision
gaming brand, with Tencent, China’s leading provider of games and Internet services,
and Intel, world leader in computing innovation are proud to announce a strategic
partnership aimed at expanding the entertainment possibilities for Chinese gamers.
The Razer Switchblade concept has been designated as the flagship concept to lead
this mobile PC gaming revolution.
All Chinese gamers can rejoice, as their favorite Tencent titles like Dungeon and
Fighter, Crossfire, League of Legends, QQ Speed and many more are optimized for
portable play on the Razer Switchblade. You can now fight, shoot, cast spells, race or
just socialize with friends while on-the-go, as Tencent strives to ensure their software
delivers the best gaming experience through perfect synergy with Razer and Intel’s
“This is the first time three of the biggest technology brands in China have come
together,” said Min-Liang Tan, CEO and Creative Director, Razer, “we’re united by a
common goal to deliver the best portable gaming experience to as many gamers as
possible. With the Razer Switchblade’s adaptive tactile keyboard, Intel’s range of
processors, and Tencent’s popular games, this is no lofty goal – it’s happening right
The Razer Switchblade concept was created from the ground up by Razer designers
and engineers, focused on enhancing the entire user experience of playing PC games
on a handheld device. It features an ultra-sensitive multi-touch screen, adaptive
tactile keyboard, and an intelligent user interface that adjusts the configuration and
key layout on-the-fly based on game content and user requirements. And at the heart
of the concept device is an Intel Atom processor designed for next generation small
form factor computing.
"Intel is committed to creating and extending the personal computing experience for
end-users together with our ecosystem partners," said Ian Yang, President, Intel
China. "The collaboration with Razer, Tencent and Intel will provide optimized
experiences for the rapidly growing gaming community in China."
“Like Razer, we want gamers to have just as much fun playing our games on-the-go
as they would at home or at a PC café,” said Mark Ren, SEVP, Tencent. “We’re
really excited to bring the revolutionary Razer Switchblade to millions gamers
connected to our games, allowing them to experience our world of fun anytime,
anywhere”, said Steven Ma, VP of Tencent.
Razer, Intel, and Tencent are committed to growing China’s PC gaming market, and
will be announcing exciting updates to this strategic partnership in the months to