Razer Blade Gaming Laptop Amps Up Speed
The new Razer Blade’s speed has gotten a significant increase in speed as compared to the original Razer Blade.
This dedicated gaming laptop now boasts of a third-generation quad-core Intel processor as well as graphics from NVIDIA GTX 660M. There is moreover 8 GB of DDR3 Memory and 2 GB of GDDR5 Video Memory ensuring that the laptop does not lag in the intensity of the gameplay.
Its storage is also large, combining the space from a 500 GB hard disk and a 64 GB SATA III solid state disk. No detail will be missed on its display measuring 17.3 inches diagonally. Plus, this screen has a multi-touch panel to make access to frequent tasks like checking social networks or reading game guides much easier.
Since gaming laptops often heat up, this device comes with a redesigned thermal system to enable it to maintain a cool temperature.
Its other features include a High Definition webcam along with USB 3.0 ports. The latter provides users with connectivity as well as convenience since the ports can be used not only to connect peripherals but also to charge mobile devices, which is possible even if the laptop is not being used.
The Razer Blade retails for $2,499 on pre-order. Devices are expected to start shipping on September 30th in North America.