The new Razer Blade is World’s thinnest Gaming notebook


Most people don’t realize that dedicated Gaming machines are very different from your regular notebooks (with dedicated graphics card), because they are not only powerful enough to run high-end Games, but also deliver the rich console-quality Gaming experience.

Apart from Dell’s Alienware range of really bulky and ugly-looking Gaming notebooks, there’s one company — Razer — that has aligned itself to designing and manufacturing products — exclusively for Gamers.

The company has tagged their latest Gaming notebook — the new Razer Blade — as World’s thinnest Gaming notebook, and they are absolutely correct in saying that because their new laptop measures just 0.66-inches in thickness. Can you believe that? It’s thinner than most of the latest Smartphones available in the market.

No doubt the device is absolutely stunning for a notebook, but don’t think it doesn’t have the muscle power. Remember, it’s a Dedicated Gaming machine.

The new Razer Blade is powered by a 4th-gen Intel Core i7 processor, 8 GB of RAM and SSD storage ranging from 128 GB to 512 GB. The advantage that SSD (solid-state drives) have over regular hard disks is much faster load times, a regular SSD is at least 4 times faster than regular 5400-rpm storage disks.

The device has a 14-inch HD+ display, and NVIDIA’s latest GeForce GTX 765M GPU for processing all the detailing that modern games offer.

Razer will be taking pre-orders for their new Razer Blade notebook from 3rd of June. Bookmark the official webpage, if you’re willing to commit money on this notebook; pricing starts at $1,800.

Tags: Gaming Laptop, Gaming Notebook, Razer Blade

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