The new Razer Blade Full HD laptops are more game-ready than ever

Costea Lestoc By: Costea Lestoc
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When it comes to laptops specially designed for a performance-driven gaming experience, you can’t forget the Razer Blade. The gaming juggernaut has been one of the most appreciated devices since its release, but it looks like it’s finally getting a successor, also named the Razer Blade.

There are several changes that will come into effect with the 2017 version of the Razer Blade. For starters, Razer is bringing 4k support for the display. In addition, the Razer Blade display will provide a max resolution of 3840 x 2160 for the laptop’s 4K viewing mode. Its standard resolution will be 1920 x 1080.

The new Razer Blade gaming experience

If you want to enjoy the best gaming experience and have the funds to permit it, you can opt for the newest Blade laptop which will come with a 7th-generation quad Core i7 processor that can be overclocked to 3.8 GHz from a base clock speed of 2.8 GHz.

There is a total of 16GB of RAM and multiple options for internal storage. The smallest you can opt for is 256 GB of SSD memory. The biggest solution for internal storage is a 1TB SSD which will pretty much guarantee you won’t have to worry about remaining free space for quite some time.

This machine is quite the investment and isn’t obviously for everyone’s pocket. But if you are among those who can look at the price tag without getting dizzy, it’s a fantastic solution for both gaming and general use. The previous iteration was one of the highest ranking laptops also, so you can imagine the kind of power it harnesses after the improvements that were implemented in this 2017 version.

We are still in the first quarter of the year and there is still plenty of time to see contenders rise to the challenge and giving the Razer Blade a run for its money.

You can buy the new Razer Blade laptops starting from $1,899 for the Full HD version.

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