The Razer Blade Advanced (opens in new tab), the NVIDIA RTX-powered version of the company's popular gaming laptop, is a sleek beast. But if you want to add a more rustic finish to its exterior, Toast has launched a new line of wood covers for Razer's powerhouse laptop.
You can get your hands on woodgrain skins that cover most of the laptop, ranging from the back of its lid to the keyboard deck and even around the screen. And if you still want that glowing Razer logo to shine, Toast includes the option to ship its back cover with a cutout for the logo. Other additions include custom text, which the company will add in for an extra $5 fee.
The wood cover for the rear cover will run you $70, which is a somewhat hefty price, and you can add a screen surround and keyboard cover for an additional $20 each. If you want to round out the package with a bottom cover, that'll cost you an extra $30.
Razer launched the new Blade 15 Advanced (opens in new tab) earlier this year as an upgrade to the base model. The Advanced model offers NVIDIA's latest RTX graphics chips, along with full HD and 4K screen options, with a 144Hz refresh rate on the full HD panel. You'll also get per-key Chroma lighting customization on the keyboard, along with a slightly thinner design. The only thing you'll miss out on is the gigabit ethernet port, which is only available on the base model.
Toast Razer Blade 15 Advanced Covers
Add some rustic flair
If you're craving a woody finish for your Razer Blade 15 Advanced, then Toast's new covers should do the trick.
Razer Blade 15 Advanced
Gaming on the go
Razer's latest Blade Advanced is its best yet, packing powerful NVIDIA GTX graphics into a package that is svelte for enough for gaming on the go.
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