The new 2015 model of the Razer Blade is designed with the same thin measurements and aluminum chassis as his big brother Razer Blade 2014 retailed for $1,999.00 at Amazon, with a couple of updates including new hardware. The versatile gaming system may resemble to a 15-inch Retina MacBook Pro selling for $1,299.00 at Amazon with a dark color, but the Blade has consistently shown it has its own qualities following its roll-out in 2012.
The thin framework is furnished with an Nvidia GeForce GTX 970m design card, which brings Nvidia’s Maxwell structural engineering to laptops. The new GPU displays and enhanced design alongside new gimmicks like Multi-Frame Anti-Aliasing (MFAA), backing for Voxel Global Illumination (VXGI) innovation, and Nvidia’s BatteryBoost for more battery life while still giving a top notch gaming experience. The new Blade likewise displays a 2.6GHz Razer Blade 2015 Intel Core i7-4720HQ quad-core chip, with 16GB of RAM. The laptop system can be set up with up to a 512 GB strong state drive (SSD) ensuring both stockpiling capacity and expedient execution. Port variety is great as well, with three USB 3.0 ports, a HDMI out port, and 802.11ac Wi-Fi for remote network.
Some of the features of the 2014 series are also embedded with the latest offspring. These include gimmicks like an Indium Gallium Zinc Oxide (IGZO) showcase board, a QHD+ display with 3,200-by-1,800 res. It additionally has a touch-fit screen with 10-point multi-touch, a peculiarity that is still rare in gaming laptops. Both the keypad and trackpad have been adapted for gaming, with a gaming keyboard that has full movable backdrop illumination, and programmable keys.
The 14-inch gaming device measures only 0.7 by 13.6 by 9.3 inches (HWD) and is exceedingly compact weighting just 4.47 pounds. As past iterations, the aluminum suspension is anodized dark, highlighted with splendid green USB ports, and shining accents over the keypad and a gleaming Razer logo on the top. The 2015 edition of the Razer Blade begins at $2,199 (with 128GB SSD), and is accessible beginning today directly from Razer.
Min-Liang Tan, co-founder and CEO of Razer, noted:
“When we debuted the Razer Blade in 2013, we set the benchmark for gaming laptops – and other companies worldwide have followed in our footsteps. We continue to listen as gamer needs evolve and the new Razer Blade again sets the industry standard by which gaming laptops are measured”.
The laptop is presently accessible in U.S., Canada, Singapore and Hong Kong. It will be accessible in China, Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia, UAE, Japan, Korea, Taiwan and Russia from March.
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