More photos of the Razer Switchblade Intel Oak Trail concept device

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It's just an unnamed Intel Oak Trail concept device at Intel's CES booth that's said to be transforming into a slider before its release, but over at Razer's booth the 7" clamshell running Windows 7 and widening everyone's eyes with its adaptive keyboard is known as the Switchblade.

Here's a video of the Switchblade (ignore the bit about the Intel Atom chip) to get you up to speed if you're unfamiliar with the device and/or haven't already read Engadget's hands-on report.

And now here are some real-life pics taken under the typical blue lighting of Intel's booth and behind glass at the Razer booth.

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