Razer is upgrading its Blade 15 and Blade Pro 17 gaming laptops for 2021 at CES and while much remains the same, thankfully, there are some mad updates to the king of gaming laptops. How do 360Hz displays and an NVIDIA RTX 3080 sound?
Razer has just refreshed its massive Blade Pro 17 laptop for 2020. There are two display options with a blazing fast 300Hz full HD one for gamers, while creators will want the new 4K touchscreen with 120Hz refresh. A new eight-core Intel Core i7 processor and up to an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Super Max-Q power it all, making this one killer gaming rig or workstation. Availability begins in late May.
Razer is bringing even more "pro" specs to its top-of-the-line Blade Pro 17 laptop. The latest update to the gaming notebook adds a 4K 120Hz display to the mix, meaning you'll be able to get crisp, speedy visuals if you've got the money to burn.
After two years Razer is finally giving its giant Blade Pro 17-inch gaming laptop a makeover. With a modern, slimmer design, 9th-Gen Intel processor and NVIDIA RTX graphics, it's a powerful choice for gamers and creatives.
Take the popular Razer Blade 14 and merge it with the bigger Razer Blade Pro and you get ... the Razer Blade Pro full HD! Running a quad-core Core i7 processor and GTX 1060 this is one fun 17-inch laptop, that doesn't look corny.
Razer just announced a new iteration of its popular 17-inch Blade Pro laptop. With a GTX 1060 GPU and a full HD 120Hz display, the Blade Pro also drops to a more affordable $2,299 price tag instead of $4,000.
Razer today announced the Razer Blade Pro 2017 with new THX certification for its display and headphones and a new über Intel Core i7-7820HK processor that's overclockable. Here's what you need to know, and when you can get it.
A 17-inch 4K display. An NVIDIA GTX 1080 GPU with 8GB VRAM. 32GB of RAM. A quad-core Intel Core i7 clocked at up to 3.5Ghz. A low-profile mechanical keyboard. The biggest battery you can take on a plane. The Blade Pro in a nutshell: Razer nailed it.
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The Razer Blade Pro isn't just a laptop, it's the world's first truly portable gaming machine. This gorgeous notebook has a GTX 1080, i7-6700HQ quad-core processor and other components that will blow you away, as well as the price.