Razer is today launching a new version of its Blade Pro laptop. The refreshed Blade Pro is way cheaper than the previous one, but it still offers almost the same power as the original Blade Pro. The new Blade Pro costs only $2299, that’s a lot cheaper than the original $4000 price. And for the […] Read More: Razer releases a refreshed Blade Pro you can actually afford
Razer serves up a more affordable version of its 17-inch Razer Blade Pro gaming laptop with VR-ready features. Razer products tend to be on the high-end for PC gaming enthusiasts, something demonstrated by the 17-inch Razer Blade Pro, which starts at $4,000. Show More Summary
Razer announced that its Blade Pro gaming laptop would now come in a new configuration with a 1080p display, a GeForce GTX 1060 GPU, and a lower price than the previously available decked out version of the device.
Those familiar with the desktop replacement market (DTR) likely know Razer and what it brings to the table with its Razer Blade Pro laptop. For those that are not, this powerful laptop that could shoehorns in an i7-7820HK CPU with 4c/8t offering speeds to 4.3 GHz when overclocked. Show More Summary
When Razer redesigned its Blade Pro laptop late last year, it finally had a flagship notebook that lived up to its name. The 17-inch Blade Pro had a gorgeous 4K display, a screaming fast processor, top of the line NVIDIA graphics and even somehow managed to fit a mechanical keyboard in a laptop chassis. Show More Summary
With powerful cards and stunning screens, the Razer Blade Pro is one of the most popular gaming laptops. So it shouldn’t be a surprise that there’s a lot of interest - and questions - around the system and it’s company.
Which Blade is best for you? Razer makes three very good laptops, all called Blade. There's the Blade Stealth at the lower end, the Blade in the middle and the ridiculous Blade Pro at the very top end. You know you want a Razer laptop, but you don't know which one is for you. Let's break it down and explain the differences, as well as which Blade suits which type of buyer. ...
When Razer bought THX off of George Lucas’ hands, no one knew what they’d use their new multimedia technology arm for — until they announced the improvements to their most powerful laptop: the Blade Pro. Read More
Razer, the company behind that crazy triple-screen laptop concept, will not stop until all other PC makers are its dust. At this year's E3 gaming expo, Razer refreshed its littlest laptop, the Blade Stealth, with the latest specs, and...Show More Summary
Razer is known for their huge array of PC accessories, focused primarily on gaming. Razer produces some of the best gaming laptops around, in the form of the Razer Blade Stealth, Razer Blade, and Razer Blade Pro, but not all of their...Show More Summary
The latest version of Razer’s 17? laptop has a Core i7-7820HK CPU, 32GB RAM, dual SSDs in RAID 0, GTX 1080 GPU, low-profile mechanical keyboard, 100% Adobe RGB 4K touchscreen with G-Sync, THX-certified 3.5mm audio out and more.
How many laptops out there do you know that have managed to pick up the THX Mobile Certification? If you are still scratching your head in trying to come up with an answer, don’t worry. The Razer Blade Pro laptop is exactly just that,...Show More Summary
Razer is promising to deliver an amazing display in its next gaming laptop. THX, the company that specializes in perfecting audio and video experiences (and is now a subsidiary of Razer), has given its official Mobile Certification to the upcoming Razer Blade Pro 17-inch gaming laptop. This updated laptop begins shipping in April for $4,000. […]
Razer's Blade Pro is our pick for the top gaming laptop to own. It may have a $4,000 starting price, but it's also the thinnest and one of the most powerful 17-inch laptops on the market. Today, Razer is giving the ultra-premium Blade Pro a mid-cycle refresh and boosting the Intel processor to the latest 7th-generation "Kaby Lake" chip. Show More Summary
Razer announced that its flagship 17” Razer Blade Pro has become the “first” notebook to be certified by THX. The company also updated the CPU to the latest 7th generation Intel Core i7 processor.
Razer has refreshed its top-end Razer Blade Pro with 7th-generation Intel chips and mobile THX certification. The post Razer launches refreshed Blade Pro with THX support, Kaby Lake processors appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Razer today announced its updated Blade Pro flagship gaming laptop. This 2017 edition of this laptop comes with the latest Intel 7th Gen Quad-core CPU, faster RAM, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 VR ready graphics and THX certification. Razer Blade Pro is the world’s first laptop to be a THX Certified Mobile Device and it delivers an […]
If you've been eyeing one of Razer's "professional gaming laptops" since December, you're going to want to wait just a little bit longer. That's because the company announced today that it's releasing a new iteration of its flagship laptop, the Blade Pro. Show More Summary