Renowned gaming company presents a new and intriguing model that will try to expand and diversify its target audience
The name of Razer It has been around for many years among gaming enthusiasts, with the growing popularity of the field in recent years even helping it reap many business successes as a result - but there is no denying that the engineering capabilities it has built and nurtured may suit even those who are not interested in gaming at all. The mobiles on them have turned the Blade models into a well-known and respected premium brand. Is it time for an expansion that could shape the company's future? God-Razer The new Book 13 is coming to provide us with answers.
The new compact laptop is a direct competitor to the latest XPS 13 and Envy 13 models from Dell andHP Respectively, with a premium design and quality for those who are willing to pay for it, even when it comes to a deal that is far from the outstanding cost-benefit ratio and without advanced graphic capabilities.
The base model, priced at $ 1,200, will provide consumers with a 13.4-inch IPS screen with a resolution of 1,200 × 1,920 pixels with a Gorilla Glass 6 protective coating above it, an up-to-date Intel Core i5-1135G7 processor with a built-in graphics core from the Xe family, 4GB LPDDR8X memory 4,267MHz, 256GB NVMe drive, Windows 10 home system, dual-channel 802.11ax Wi-Fi connectivity, Bluetooth 5.1 connectivity and a built-in 55 watt-hour battery that should provide up to 14 hours of work - all in a thin, specially designed silver aluminum case Almost identical to that of theRazer Blade Stealth.
Intermediate model at a recommended price of $ 1,600 including a 13.4-inch IPS screen with a resolution of 1,200 × 1,920 pixels with touch support, Core i7-1165G7 processor with increased operating frequencies, LPDDR4X memory with 16GB volume and a drive SSD 256GB - while the leading model with a recommended price tag of $ 2,000 (excluding tax surcharges) will provide a particularly impressive 2,400 × 3,840 pixel IPS panel with touch support, 4GB LPDDR16X memory and a 512GB internal NVMe drive, all in the same compact case with a thickness of 15.1 millimeters and weighs between 1.34 kilograms and 1.4 kilograms (the basic version without touch support weighs a little less), with stereo speakers, a square microphone array, a pair of connectors Thunderbolt 4 Advanced Modern, Full Size HDMI 2.0 Port, Connection USB 3.2 Gen.1 Type-A One and also Illumination RGB Built-in for all keys.
Dell (and Apple, to a large extent) have already proven to us that it is possible to market polished laptops for productivity at high prices and succeed in a big way - is also the first attempt of Razer Will become a hit from which an accelerated expansion will begin with more sizes and more specifications? Let us share your views in the comments.