Razer Blade (14-inch, 2016)$1,999
- Slim Body.
- Multicolored Keyboard.
- Powerful Processor.
- Below-Average Battery Life.
- Graphics Card Not Powerful Enough.
The new Razer Blade comes with faster performance and powerful processor in a slim 14-inch body. The most impressive part is the anti-ghosting keyboard that registers simultaneous key presses with precision. It is one of the best gaming notebooks of 2016. It allows you to enjoy the most stunning visuals and breathtaking clarity while playing your favorite games. Let’s have a closer look at it.
Display and Processor
The Razer Blade features a spectacular 14-inch QHD+ display that offers 5.76 million pixels at 262 pixels per inch. At just 0.70 inches, it is a sleek, powerful notebook delivering the freedom to game anywhere. It is powered by Intel’s sixth-generation Core i7 processor coupled with 16GB of DD4 RAM and Nvidia’s GeForce GTX 970M graphics processor with 6GB of VRAM.
The Razer Chroma line of keyboards provides more backlighting flexibility than any other laptop. This Razer Chroma offers access to 16.8 million color options per key. You can also personalize the lighting effects as well and can also use inter-device sync with other Chrome enabled devices. The keyboard is efficient enough to perform all tasks. The new Razer Blade also features a new USB Type-C Thunderbolt 34 to connect to the Razer Core.
A quick look at specifications of Razer Blade:
|Resolution||3200 * 1800 pixels|
|Processor||Intel Core i7 6700HQ|
|Graphics Adapter||NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970M with 6GB of VRAM|
|Chipset||Intel PCHM 100-series chipset, HM170|
|Operating System||Windows 10|
|RAM||16GB of DD4|
|Wi-Fi||Yes, 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac|
|Battery||70Wh rechargeable lithium-ion polymer|
|Size||17.9 * 345 * 235 mm|
|Price||$1,999 for 256GB storage model
$2199 for 512GB storage model
When you are looking for a gaming notebook, the new Razer Blade definitely deserves your attention. It is faster, lighter and cheaper than its previous model released last year.
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