The already powerful Razer Blade is getting even more of a boost thanks to Intel's Kaby Lake processors and even more pixels to push. Razer announced today that the 14-inch Blade is now available with Intel's latest processors along with a new 4K display panel option.
Other than the new processing chips and 4K option, the Blade remains the same as it was before. You can still equip the notebook with up to 16GB of RAM, NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 1060 graphics and 1TB of SSD storage. The Blade still carries its signature blacked-out chassis as well, with no change in dimensions.
Of course, the Blade still remains a pretty expensive machine, and equipping it with a 4K display will push that price up even further. The machine starts at $1,889 and ventures all the way up to $2,799 when equipped with 4K and 1TB of storage. Still, if you're interested, you can grab the updated Blade from the Razer store now.
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