Razer has just launched their new Razer Blade gaming laptop, a 14-inch laptop that has some impressive specifications. The new Razer Blade gaming laptop isn’t just very smart, it’s also extremely sleek and slick.
The new Razer Blade gaming laptop’s main CPU is an impressive Intel Core i7-4720HQ, a quad core chip with 2.6 GHz speed that you can overclock to an astounding 3.6 GHZ. The Nvidia GeFroce GTX 970M with 3GB of GDDR5 RAM (mobile optimized) graphics card is also very powerful and able to run the latest and most demanding games.
Razer Blade also has a SATA M.2 that can come with as much as 512 GB in Solid State Drive storage, has 16GB of RAM (DDR3) and three USB 3.0 ports for accessories and peripherals. The gaming laptop also boasts a 2MP webcam, 802.11ac Wi-Fi, an integrated lithium ion polymer battery and built-in Bluetooth 4.0.
The new Razer comes with a pair of speakers, has a backlit keyboard with programmable keys and a large 3200 x 1800 LED display that features capacitive multi-touch.
The new Razer Blade gaming laptop has an aluminum body that aids in the promotion of air flow. Razer opted for an aluminum body instead of more internal space, which is a smart option that allows this laptop to be only 17.8 mm high.
Razer thought long and well about the placement of the Razer Blade gaming laptop’s internal parts that produce heat. The company came up with such a system that allows the keyboard and the hand’s resting place to be kept as cool as possible.
The designers of the new Razer Blade gaming laptop also put some thought into the laptop’s fan cooling system and came up with a more efficient and quieter dual-fan cooling system instead of a single-fan system.
The only thing that some people might have an issue with the new Razer Blade gaming laptop is the fact that Razer chose to remove the optical drive. The optical drive is slowly but surely becoming obsolete in the current remote data access and digital-based age and other companies, such as Apple have long taken optical drives out of their flagship laptops.
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