Razer, the company that is famous for its online and PC gaming laptops, are continuing a serious push to become a major competitor in the DJ/Producer laptop market. The release of several different instruments, interfaces and computers have made it clear that they are gunning for Apple, who is the current top dog of the production market in terms of computing.
For their latest release Razer teamed up with ten foot tall Afrojack to release the ‘Afrojack Production Studio' app. The app has its stipulations of course, as it is only for use on the Razer Blade Pro, the company's latest and greatest music production based computer. On top of being specific to only their latest model the app is designed exclusively for the Razer Switch Blade user interface. The application apparently makes navigating music production much easier and helps aspiring producers learn the basics so they can start making quality music at a faster pace. Razer announced the app via a wonderfully cheesy video that you can see below. So far Afrojack, Flux Pavilion and Borgore have made to switch to Razer, and while there is almost definitely endorsements underlying their decisions, it will be interesting to see who sticks with Apple and who moves toward the cutting edge this coming year.