Razer Blade: The Next Gen Laptops?

We have seen hordes of thin, light laptops coming our way. Companies have been pushing their technological boundaries in terms of weight, size and power.
Apple spearheaded the movement with their MacBook Pro and Air series and truly brought power packed computing to the masses' laps. Razer Blade did the same last year with their 17-inch monster laptop, and this time around they have recreated the same with a 13-inch notebook that truly changes the rules of the games. Let's have a closer look at the technical specifications and review of Razer Blade.

The Razer Blade

Razer is known to make top-of-the-line accessories and modules solely for gamers, pushing the envelope with their gadgets time and again. The Blade happens to be another breath-taking product by Razer. A laptop, the new Razer Blade measures 13 inches as opposed to its bulkier cousin, the 17-incher Blade. What truly makes the new Blade unique from its predecessor and other competing ultrabooks and notebooks is the ability to pack a colossal punch in a pocket-sized powerhouse.

The Innards

The tech specs are as astonishing as they could ever be. Powered with an Intel i7 capable of clocking 2.2 GHz, 8 GB of RAM and Nvidia GeForce GTX 765M of 2GB, this beast can allow you can to easily pull off any game thrown at it. And, if the configuration's fullest potential will allow you to use the Blade for years to come, tackling any game and its extensive graphics with ease. Equipped with three USB 3.0 ports, and HDMI port, and an in-built memory of 256 GB, the Blade offers fairly comfortable specs for an avid gamer.

The Read Deal

As good as the specs may sound, they can always be found in a thick and bulky laptop manufactured by other companies, but what truly sets the Blade apart is its sheer weight and dimension. Weighing 1.88 kilograms, the Blade is comparatively light in weight and at a thickness (or rather thinness) of 16.8 mm, it is thinner than the Macbook Air, which is touted to be the thinnest and the best out there.

Shaping Next Gen

Just when the world was in awe of Apple's MacBook Air and it prowess, Razer brought in a tornado with their Blade. A graphic-intensive workstation that can double up as your gaming laptop, this very well clubbed portability, ergonomics, and with a firepower that can sustain itself to handle next few years worth of graphic-heavy games with ease.
Blade has always been in forefront in terms of advancements in gaming, but they truly outdid themselves in the case of the Razer Edge and went a step further with the Blade. Hopefully, they may make the two join forces to deliver even more breathtaking gear in the future.

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