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Over the past few years, it is being observed that gaming PC makers have paid attention to not only the looked within the screen, but also around the screen. Razer Blade is taking forward this trend with Nvidia’s latest graphics to empower the performance of a gaming PC.  Razer is spurring this trend forward with the Blade and other minor updated that solidify the position of this Windows PC which is no less than the MacBook Pro. It is not hyperbole if it is said the MacBook Pro of Windows. It has powerful graphics, enhanced battery life, super cool keyboard, low price, and Thunderbolt 3.



In the past also, Blade has compared with Apple’s MacBook Pro line and the latest changes to Apple’s leading laptop, this comparison is being discussed more. Stacking the latest Nvidia graphics against the AMD chip used in the MacBook Pro is definitely one of the reasons of this comparison. Since the last release, Razor has made some subtle changes in Blade’s design and managed to improve the chassis. It is improved all over and weighs 4.16 pounds (1.88kg) now. Not much has changed about the Blade’s shell and it’s still built from a sheet of aircraft grade aluminum anodized and coated in a slick black paint.

All of the buttons and logos are in their respective places as they were earlier however, Razer has upgraded the logic board, as in addition to the existing three USB 3.0 ports, it made room for a USB-C port. Razer blade has one of the ultimate keyboards and its keyboard sports all individually-lit keys that are able of displaying any of 16.8 million colors just like before. Moreover, to each key on the board, you can also assign a unique color and highlight your most-used keys through the same software that owners of Chroma desktop owners use. Mechanically, by far it is the most improved version of Razer's keyboard yet. After using it, it feels like keyboard improvements are made for a punchier typing experience. Its glass-coated trackpad feels just fine.

Specifications

CPU: 2.6GHz Intel Core i7-6700HQ (quad-core, up to 3.5GHz with Turbo Boost)
Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 (6GB GDDR5 VRAM); Intel HD 530
RAM: 16GB DDR4 (dual-channel, 2,133MHz)
Storage: 256GB PCIe SSD
Screen: 14-inch FHD (1,920 x 1,080) matte (16:9, LED backlit, capacitive multi-touch)
Connectivity: Killer Wireless AC 1535 (802.11ac; Bluetooth 4.1)
Ports: 1 x USB-C Thunderbolt 3, 3 x USB 3.0, HDMI-out 1.4, 3.5mm headphone/microphone jack
Camera: 2MP built-in webcam
Weight: 4.16 pounds (1.88kg)
Size: 13.6 x 9.3 x 0.70 inches ( 345 x 235 x 17.9mm; W x D x H)

Razer Blade is not only made for gaming, as the average PC game eats up 10 or more gigabytes on a hard drive these days and when buying a Blade, there are three choices per screen option: 256GB, 512GB or 1TB of SSD storage. Sooner or later, you’re going to want that 512GB especially if you don’t want to void any warranties by installing a larger SSD on your own. Razer has made the Blade more affordable and its value is bested by competing Windows laptop][/img]

In the past also, Blade has compared with Apple’s MacBook Pro line and the latest changes to Apple’s leading laptop, this comparison is being discussed more. Stacking the latest Nvidia graphics against the AMD chip used in the MacBook Pro is definitely one of the reasons of this comparison. Since the last release, Razor has made some subtle changes in Blade’s design and managed to improve the chassis. It is improved all over and weighs 4.16 pounds (1.88kg) now. Not much has changed about the Blade’s shell and it’s still built from a sheet of aircraft grade aluminum anodized and coated in a slick black paint.

All of the buttons and logos are in their respective places as they were earlier however, Razer has upgraded the logic board, as in addition to the existing three USB 3.0 ports, it made room for a USB-C port. Razer blade has one of the ultimate keyboards and its keyboard sports all individually-lit keys that are able of displaying any of 16.8 million colors just like before. Moreover, to each key on the board, you can also assign a unique color and highlight your most-used keys through the same software that owners of Chroma desktop owners use. Mechanically, by far it is the most improved version of Razer's keyboard yet. After using it, it feels like keyboard improvements are made for a punchier typing experience. Its glass-coated trackpad feels just fine.

Specifications

CPU: 2.6GHz Intel Core i7-6700HQ (quad-core, up to 3.5GHz with Turbo Boost)
Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 (6GB GDDR5 VRAM); Intel HD 530
RAM: 16GB DDR4 (dual-channel, 2,133MHz)
Storage: 256GB PCIe SSD
Screen: 14-inch FHD (1,920 x 1,080) matte (16:9, LED backlit, capacitive multi-touch)
Connectivity: Killer Wireless AC 1535 (802.11ac; Bluetooth 4.1)
Ports: 1 x USB-C Thunderbolt 3, 3 x USB 3.0, HDMI-out 1.4, 3.5mm headphone/microphone jack
Camera: 2MP built-in webcam
Weight: 4.16 pounds (1.88kg)
Size: 13.6 x 9.3 x 0.70 inches ( 345 x 235 x 17.9mm; W x D x H)

Razer Blade is not only made for gaming, as the average PC game eats up 10 or more gigabytes on a hard drive these days and when buying a Blade, there are three choices per screen option: 256GB, 512GB or 1TB of SSD storage. Sooner or later, you’re going to want that 512GB especially if you don’t want to void any warranties by installing a larger SSD on your own. Razer has made the Blade more affordable and its value is bested by competing Windows laptop makers. Razer Blade is a gorgeous laptop that is a stronger video editing and gaming machine that has more power and space for less.

Unsurprisingly, the Razer Blade is among the strongest-performing gaming laptops and its update to the graphics is much more pronounced than a mere video RAM bump. With the settings tweaked to your preference, it guarantees reliable frame rates in most games at 1080p resolution. In the Blade’s latest benchmark scores, the generational leap from 900 to 1000 series GPUs is apparent. Each in-game benchmark sees increases by more than 10 frames per second, so you can guess what the 3,200 x 1,800 IGZO screen is getting you. If you put the gaming part and performance aside, whatever task a user throw at the Razer Blade, it is able of performing that pretty easily with haughtiness. For creative professionals, it is a better proposition than the latest MacBook Pro with Thunderbolt 3 and a GPU with triple the video RAM.

When it comes about battery life, the Blade with a higher-than-HD resolution and dedicated graphics actually offers decent longevity for an Ultrabook. In part to Razer’s refined design in terms of thermals and space, Intel and Nvidia’s hard work on the power management front and it was found that the machine lasted for 5 hours and 21 minutes in local video loop test at 50% brightness level. It is a long time for a device that qualifies as a “gaming laptop.” You may not get these numbers if playing HP videos games or editing multiple streams of HD video.

Razer has wadded so much into its Blade laptop (albeit barely) smaller device, but still manage to make it the lightest even with the more ports and stronger graphics with the same battery life. The updated and improved Chroma keyboard lighting brings more personalize and fun experience to along with giving you tactical advantage of using a premium look machine. Razer Blade is worth considering with its build quality and design. With the addition of the latest graphics tech and Thunderbolt 3, it is an appealing option for both who work (and study) in visual fields and happens to be PC gamers.

You may find the same level of performance within other laptops also, but generally they are bulkier, uglier, and available at the same cost. With stronger graphics than ever and all well- earned, esteemed accolades, there is no patch of about left about its build quality, attention to detail and performance. Overall, it’s definitely worth your consideration.

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