What you need to know
- Razer launched a new 4K 120Hz display option for the Blade Pro 17 today.
- The update combines the Blade Pro's already powerful hardware with a crisp, silky display.
- The new display option is available now for $3,700 at Razer.
The Razer Blade Pro 17 already represented the top tier of Razer's gaming notebook offerings, but it's getting a massive upgrade today in terms of display quality. Razer has added a new display option to the mix that marries crisp 4K visuals with a silky smooth 120Hz refresh rate.
A 120Hz refresh rate is often seen as the target for serious gamers, allowing games to achieve high framerates that keep the action smooth for fast-twitch scenarios. Combined with its 4K resolution, the new display option should be a boon for both gamers and content creators.
The display has a set of powerful hardware backing it up as well. Inside, you'll get an Intel Core i7-9750H CPU, NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 graphics, 1TB of SSD storage, and 16GB of DDR4 RAM. Those components are backed up by a vapor chamber cooling system to help keep the PC cool under load.
All of this adds up to a price that will be a little hard to swallow for some, however. The 4K 120Hz version of the Blade Pro 17 costs $3,700 and sits as the top configuration. If you're after higher refresh rates, you can get the entry-level model, which includes a standard 1080p panel running at 144Hz, for $2,500.
Even more pro
The Razer Blade Pro 17 represents one of the beefiest gaming laptops you can get your hands on, and the new 4K 120Hz display makes it an even more attractive option.
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