Razer Blade Gaming Laptop: Optional 4K Screen & Kaby Lake Processor

Posted on Jul 10 2017 - 11:33am by Robert Meyers

Razer – the best known company all over the world for their gaming PCs and laptops – has recently announced an upgraded model of Razer Blade laptop. The 2017 Razer Blade gaming laptop is stronger and more powerful as compared to the last year model. The new upgraded Razer Blade 14 inch laptop now come with quicker memory, a new 4K UHD screen display, and powered by the Intel Kaby Lake processor.

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In spite of all these additional features, the laptop keep remains the same thickness and weight; it measures at 0.70 inches and weighs at 4.3 kilos. The laptop comes with 14-inch screen and unibody aluminum chassis with the option of 4K UHD resolution. The laptop runs on the latest generation Windows 10 operating system.

As I mentioned above, the laptop is powered by the seventh generation Intel Core i7-7700HQ quad core processor and coupled with Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 graphic processor with 6 gigabyte of DDR5 VRAM. The company also adds plenty of Nvidia’s GeForce experience, which will offer you some player-friendly software, like the ShadowPlay recording software. For the memory and storage, the laptop packs a 16GB DDR4 RAM along with SSD storage up to 1TB.

The connectivity options include Thunderbolt 3 USB type-C port, three USB 3.0 port, a HDMI 2.0 port, and a 3.5mm headphone jack. The laptop also comes with a front 2.0 megapixel Webcam, which let you allow to login with face recognition. To power the gaming laptop, there is a 70 watt hour battery, which will provide you enough juice.

On the price front, the laptop will retail for $1,899 for 1080p resolution display, while for the 4K display you would have to pay little more $2,750.