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.