Razer CEO says gaming laptop prices will spike in 2022

Razer's CEO says increasing component costs will drive up the price of Blade laptops

It's not as if we needed to be told that the chip shortage is causing increased prices for electronics and computer hardware, but thanks to Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan for spelling it out. In a tweet forecasting the direction of his company's self-branded line of stylish gaming laptops, the executive stated flat-out that increased component prices would drive the price of the Razer Blade series up significantly.

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Michael Crider

Michael Crider

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