The recent announcement of Razer’s latest gaming laptop boasts of a 0.66-inch thin body packed with a 14-inch HD+ screen, Intel’s next-generation (Haswell) quad-core i7, and a powerful recently-announced NVIDIA GTX 765M. Currently the thinnest gaming rig in the world, the new Razer Blade has the potential to take gaming and mobility to a new level.
With its 14-inch LED-backlit HD+ display and a full-size backlit gaming keyboard, gamers might want to take this as an alternative to other traditional desktop replacements today. Its gaming grade trackpad which offers multi-touch gesture support and the keyboard’s programmable keys powered by Synapse 2.0 makes the Blade a great gaming asset. The package also comes with a Dolby Home Theatre v4 for an immersive and cinematic sound experience.
What makes the Blade cutting edge is its thin form factor and, surprisingly, the power that it conceals inside, the 4th gen Intel Core processor and the NVIDIA GTX 765M. These powerhouse processing units, combined with an 8 GB 1600Mhz DDR3L memory and a standard 128 GB solid state storage (with options for a 256 GB or a 512 GB SSD) makes this gaming notebook efficient enough for mobility and quality gaming experience.
Currently clocking at 6 hours of battery life, this ultra-portable device can satisfy hours of gaming sessions in desired venues. Its wireless networking adapter, the Qualcomm Killer Wireless-N, boasts of 5 times the networking speed of its closest competition.
For those who desire to have gaming quickies and quest run-throughs anytime, anywhere, the Razer Blade just might be the one to cut through your daily routines. Without performance compromise, the Blade would definitely be a frontrunner in power-per-cubic-inch machine options for those who aim to extend their quality gaming experience wherever they are.
For more information about the Razer Blade, visit www.razerzone.com/blade.