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As if it wasn't confusing enough that Samsung has multiple products called "Series 7", there's now a Gamer laptop, as well.

A brushed aluminium-looking wrist rest, RGB LED-backlit keyboard, highlighted WASD keys and bold design mark it out as a gaming laptop. Available in red, yellow and black models, one of the unique points of the Gamer is an analog knob that switches between various Windows power modes.

Equipped with a 2GHz Core i7 processor, AMD Radeon HD 6970M, 2TB HDD and a Blu-ray drive, it looks like it has the potential to tackle anything thrown at it — we hope to get release dates and a price soon.

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