Razer Blade Pro Review; The Best Gaming Laptop?
The desktop in your laptop that’s what razor wants you to think and it better be because this laptop cost 37 hundred US dollars that’s the starting price for the razor blade pro a 17.3 inch black aluminum laptop that fits in nvidia gtx 1080 video chip with 8 gigabytes of memory into a frame.
That’s less than an inch thick it’s also got a4k touchscreen with g-sync technology for smooth gameplay that displays one hundred percent of the adobe RGB colour space, which could come in handy.
If you’re doing some photo and video editing, you’ll also find the SD card slot you need to offload photos from your DSLR although that’s powered by a 6th gen quad-core i7 processor 32 gigabytes of ddr4 memory and up to two terabytes a fast pci-express solid-state storage in a raid 0 array which is a fancy way of saying not only is it fast they hook two of them together to make them even faster. you’ll also find some colorful mechanical keyboard switches here the first mechanical switches in a razor laptop and what razor says are the finished mechanical switches in the world it’s a little weird first get used to typing on these things that require a bit of pressure to press down perhaps
You’ll also find some colorful mechanical keyboard switches here, the first mechanical switches in a razor laptop and what razor says are the finished mechanical switches in the world, it’s a little weird first get used to typing on these things that require a bit of pressure to press down perhaps i’ll get used to them, it’s amazing to me that razor managed to fit all of this into a frame that’s less than an inch thick but that doesn’t necessarily mean it’s portable it’s 7.8 pounds heavy and razor isn’t talking about the battery life in here either, it’s not something you necessarily take out for a full day of work if that’s not a problem with you though and if it’s not too rich for your blood the razor blade pro is shipping this November.
Specs, Razer Blade Pro Review:
- Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 (a desktop-grade chip with 8GB GDDR5X VRAM)
- 6th-gen Intel quad-core i7 processor
- 17.3-inch touchscreen, 3840×2160-pixel resolution with G-Sync
- Thin mechanical keyboard
- 512GB, 1TB or 2TB of PCIe solid state storage in RAID-0
- 32GB of memory
- 16.7 by 0.9 by 11 inches (427 by 23 by 281mm)
- Aluminium chassis
- 7.8 pounds (3.5kg)
- 99Wh battery (the largest you can legally take on a plane)
- Ports: 1x USB Type-C / Thunderbolt 3, 1x 3.5mm headset jack, 3xUSB, 1xHDMI
The Blade Pro starts at $3,699, or £3,499 (that converts to around AU$4,815).