Razer's Student Discount Shaves 20 Percent Off 2013 Blade Gaming Laptops

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jraschke11

1600x900....Hahahaha. Not even an option!

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vrmlbasic

+1.

MaximumPC's review of the original mentioned that the screens are TN instead of IPS. I've seen modern gaming laptop TN displays on Lenovos and they are pretty poor.

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wkwilley2

Last year's models?
More like last decade's models.

We all know they can squeeze 1080p into that frame xD.

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John Pombrio

Wrong demographics. My son had two of his college buddies fail out of college because they spent most of their time gaming instead of studying.

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AEM

Obviously, they had no sense of control to manage their lives and partition their time accordingly, but don't blame the device or company.

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JosephColt

If it wasn't gaming it would be something else. They are just immature college students.

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John Pombrio

I donno guys. This was a high end private school (WPI) and difficult to get into. The students there were top notch, head of the class type students. I really do blame it on fanatical devotion to WoW and Starcraft. One of the guys actually went to Taiwan to try to become a professional Starcraft player. He didn't make it.

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JosephColt

If anything this is a valuable life lesson for them.

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ZombieKiller

The Code I got doesn't work... :(

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Sorian

From the site:
Only K-12 and higher education students are eligible to purchase from the Razer Education discount program.

Razer holds the right to ensure that all purchase conditions have been observed. We may hold an audit to request for supporting documents related to your education purchase.

Should you fail to produce the supporting documents, Razer may charge the difference in price between the amount paid and the official MSRP to your payment method.

No love to the educators....

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Innomasta

That's just enough of a discount to make me consider these laptops! Good job Razer