Razer has finally equipped its New Razer Blade with one of Nvidia’s new
The new Razer Blade comes with Intel Core i7-6700HQ 2.6 Ghz/3.2 Ghz (Base/Turbo) processor with 16 gb DDR4 2133mhz RAM. Various storage capacities are available for the purchase from 256 GB SSD, 512 GB SSD to 1 TB SSD. The price boosts up by couple of hundred dollars with every increment in storage chosen.
The display variants of this laptop have significant difference, lower priced version (starts from $1799) comes with 14 inches Full HD matte display with maximum resolution 1920 x 1080 while the higher priced version (starts from $2099) comes with 14 inches QuadHD + IGZO (indium gallium zinc oxide) touch display with 3200 x 1800 max resolution.
The battery life of 1080p matte display is better than Quad HD display and lower resolution offers more fps in games resulting in smoother game play. It still has same Chroma keyboard, aluminium body and 70 watt-hour battery as seen earlier in this year. Razer have said that battery life should be improved but they haven’t promised it yet. The new Razer Blade is known for its thin form factor. At a mere 0.70 inches, it is capable of carrying around anywhere without feeling any extra weight in your backpack.
New Razer Blade Detailed Specifications
Microsoft Windows 10 is pre-loaded on the machine which runs on DX 12. It also offer direct streaming of Xbox games into the laptop. With new Thunderbolt 3 technology, it bring speeds up to 40 GBS with USB-C compact port which can connect to USB, Display Port, PCI Express and Thunderbolt devices making it the most versatile connection available.
Razer provides a freebie too!
Now you can get FL STUDIO 12 for free with New Razer Blade or Razer Blade Pro purchase which is a famous PC suite for gaming and music production.
Razer is taking pre-orders starting from today at RazerStore.com and the devices should be shipped to customers by this October. So hurry up and book yours now!