The Razer Blade Pro 17 family is also refreshed on New Year's Day, with the latest updated graphics card for NVIDIA And agree at the highest refresh rate available in the field
Launched last year, Blade Pro 17's have received plenty of compliments and are considered to be a significant leap over previous brand incarnations - and from now on, many financiers will be able to enjoy them with a few other major hardware upgrades designed to turn a solid foundation product into something even more successful and desirable.
Three versions of 2020 are now on sale on the official website Razer, Along with the 2019 versions that were slightly cut in price in some cases - the updated baseline includes the Comet Lake octagon Core i7-108750H as a six-core processor, a GeForce RTX 2070 graphics card in a cost-effective Max-Q configuration, memory DDR4 Dual 16GB channels, 512GB NVMe drive, connectivity Wi-Fi 802.11ax dual channel plus connectivity Bluetooth 5.1, a 2.5Gbps high-speed Ethernet connection, a built-in 70.5-watt-hour battery, and an extremely fast display panel with refresh rates of up to 300 Hz, an average clarity of 300 Nits, 100 percent coverage of the sRGB color gamut, and a somewhat modest 1080p resolution.
It's a bit strange to see that inRazer Choose to stay with the standard RTX 2070 model and not upgrade to the GeForce RTX 2070 Super with an increased amount of CUDA units available, but switch to a new and nimble display panel (the 2019 version of the mobile lets you choose between 144 Hz and 240 Hz , Both of which enjoy professional color calibration in the factory, similar to the 2020 version), Memories Faster dynamics and a more modern processor with a further processing core sounds like a reasonable compromise - with an added bonus being the significantly reduced metal casing compared to the previous versions of the same Mobile.
The price of theRazer Blade Pro 17's most popular version of 2020 is $ 2,600, and if that doesn't deter you somehow - consider the new pair of new versions, where the graphics card becomesGeForce RTX 2080 Super with 3,072 active CUDA units, in Max-Q configuration with obviously cut power carrier.
Razer Blade Pro 17 with the same reduced aluminum casing, memory DDR4 16GB, Core i7-10875H processor, 512GB storage drive and 300 Hz FullHD panel will cost you $ 3,200 with the GeForce RTX 2080 Super - while the absolute flagship with octagonal Core i7-10875H processor, memory DDR4 16GB, 2080TB storage, GeForce RTX XNUMX Super card and display panel 4k, With a high average brightness of 400 Nits, touch support and a refresh rate of up to 120 Hz will cost $ 3,800, or NIS 13,200 in direct conversion (excluding tax additions).
Gaming for the rich alone is here - and we are left only slightly jealous of those who can afford such a technological indulgence without thinking twice about the financial value they receive.
God-Razer The new Blade Pro 17 is extraordinarily expensive, but it is not the most expensive of the Razer Right now, in fact - the leading model of theRazer The fresh Blade Studio Edition features an even more terrifying $ 4,300 cost for a 15.6-inch 4K resolution OLED screen, Core i7-10875H processor, memory DDR4 Of 32GB, Drive storage Of terabytes and type processing card Quadro RTX 5000.