The manufacturer of equipment and gaming peripherals has presented a new iteration of the Razer Blade family equipment and has done so by betting on an ambitious configuration that is nevertheless enclosed in an ultraportable chassis.
Precisely that is one of the most remarkable features of the 15.6-inch Razer Blade: it does not look like a computer with that screen diagonal. The almost absence of frames and fantastic specifications again characterize a team that, yes, has a high price.
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The new Razer Blade arrives with that significant jump from 14 to 15.6 inches, something that differentiates it from the Blade Stealth that also grew to 13.3 inches last year.
This diagonal increase is hardly noticeable because here Razer has practically eliminated the great frames that characterized his previous models. The company presumes in fact that this is the most compact 15.6-inch gaming notebook on the market.
The specifications are also protagonists: we have the 8th generation Core i7-8750H (6 cores / 12 threads at 2.2 GHz base, up to 4.1 GHz in Turbo), accompanied by 16 GB of DDR4 memory (expandable to 32 GB), 256 or 512 GB of capacity in an NVD SSD, a battery of 80 Wh and the most striking: the graphics, ranging from NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 Max-Q to 1070 Max-Q.
To take full advantage of this team, which has a weight between 2.07 and 2.1 kg, we have those 15.6-inch screens that come in two versions: a 1080p IPS at 60 Hz, and another 1080p IPS at 144 Hz perfect for maximum enjoyment of gaming sessions, but unfortunately we do not have G-Sync support because according to Razer that allows you to focus on the energy efficiency of the team.
The connectivity is also guaranteed with the USB-C (Thunderbolt 3), a Mini DisplayPort, another HDMI, three USB 3.1 ports and the new owner port.
The prices of the equipment of Razer have never been exactly economic, and these new Razer Blade are no exception: these prices range from 1,949.99 euros of the basic version to 2,649 euros of the most ambitious. They will be available in June in several countries, but it seems that Spain will not be among them.
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