Razer, world's leading gaming brand, has unveiled its first laptop with a gaming focus on Friday.

It is one of the best manufactures of peripherals, but now the company is diversifying across with the new Razer Blade.

Razer has introduced the world's first true gaming laptop - Razer Blade, an LED backlit high-definition 17 display gaming laptop, featuring a fast 2.8GHz Intel® CoreTM i7 2640M processor and a high performance NVIDIA GeForce® GT 555M graphic processor. 

Just a week after the world's largest PC maker Hewlett-Packard (HP) announced its exit from the PC industry, and experts speculating the end of PC era, Razer has come with an innovation in the PC industry.

The Razer blade was designed to give gamers a laptop they could truly use on the go, said Min-Liang Tan, CEO and Creative Director of Razer in a press note.

Its sleek, lightweight aluminum construction makes it the thinnest 17-inch gaming laptop available today, he added.

Razer blade features the Switchblade user interface that comprises of 10 dynamic adaptive tactile keys for easier access of in-game commands, and an LCD capable of two modes, one that displays in-game information when the mouse is in use and that other that functions as the ultra-sensitive, multi-touch panel designed for gaming.

The Blade is an ultraportable laptop that is less than an inch thick and weights not more than seven pounds - maintaining a balance between portability and performance and making it the thinnest 17-inch gaming laptop, till date.

However, there's no official release date announced yet, but its high cost, $2,800, is the buzz around PC gaming sites. Blade will release in North America before the end of this year.