The ?redesigned? Razer Blade features a 6th Gen quad-core Intel Core i7 processor under the hood and is powered by Nvidia GeForce GTX970M graphics card. A Thunderbolt 3 (USB-C) port and a PCIe solid state storage performance. The 14-inch display, with a 3200 x 1800 pixel IGZO touchscreen, is a beautiful QHD+ affair. The keyboard employs Chroma anti-ghosting technology to make sure that no action in-game has to wait.
The device looks like the perfect gaming-on-the-go machine. Razer is promoting the laptop with the tagline ? Do more, game more, anywhere, anytime.
Razer promises that the new laptop ?has more power per cubic inch than any ultraportable or gaming notebook in its class.?
Nvidia GeForce GTX970M graphics card with 6GB of VRAM is powered by the next-generation Nvidia Maxwell architecture optimized to deliver the smoothest graphics performance on any system on ultra settings. The 6th Intel Core i7-6700HQ processor empowers the 14-inch notebook with 2.66GHz of quad-core processing power and gives turbo boost speeds. which automatically works under the hood and increases the speeds to 3.5GHz to cope up with intense gaming sessions. The device weighs 4.25lbs, considerably lower than the last generation of the device.
The thinnest Razer Blade boasts 16GB of dual-channel DDR4 2133MHz memory and up to 512GB PCIe solid-state storage.
The device looks incredibly sleek and slender. The keyboard features a Chroma Keyboard, with every key capable of producing 16.8 million colors. The anti-ghosting feature eliminates button lag considerably; it is truly a feature of huge significance to any gamer dedicated to gaming on-the-go.
The first Razer Blade laptop was launched in 2013 featuring top of the line specs for dedicated portable gaming. The laptops are known to be the flag bearer of portable gaming technology.