What happens when you try to create a "budget" version for one of the most expensive computers around?
The Razer Blade Pro Is probably one of the most popular in mobile gaming thanks to an array that includes a quad-core processor, an advanced 17.3 screen with resolution 4k, A sample video card GeForce GTX 1080 and more - all in a nice black package and definitely thin. However, an official recommended price tag of $ 4,000 (!) Makes the desire to achieve such a product nothing more than a wild fantasy for most consumers, and it is something that the American manufacturer strives to change.
The new version of the largest computer in the arsenal of Razer Offers a more moderate gaming specification, with an 1080p IPS screen that has an impressive 120Hz refresh rate (compared to the 4K 4K refresh rate on the original and expensive model), a popular Core i7-7700HQ CPU, memory DDR4 Of 16 Gigabytes at 2,400MT / s speeds that can be upgraded up to 32 GB and a video card GeForce GTX 1060 in its best version with a gigabyte of 6 GDDR5.
The shortened model will offer users a storage array that combines a fast SSD drive with the M.2 interface and an initial 256 gigabyte (which can be upgraded up to 2 terabyte if you wish) to an 2 or 4 terabyte drive, The rabbi for his unique mechanical keyboard for a simpler keyboard,Razer Smaller blades that are available in stores. Battery capacity has also been cut from 99-watts per hour to 70-watts, but this comes along with a significant weight cut from 3.54 to 3.07 only, so this is a tolerable compromise.
The outer shell of theRazer Blade Pro will be almost identical to its brother, with the same physical dimensions and the same array of connections that includes one HDMI 2.0 for supporting virtual reality glasses, three USB 3.0 ports, one Thunderbolt 3 connection including support for external graphics card cases and a Gigabit Ethernet wired connection from Rivet Networks. And what about the price? It's now starting at $ 2,300 "only", which still sounds like a lot for a system with a GTX 1060 card, at least for anyone who doesn't belong to Razer.
God-Razer Blade Pro FullHD will be available in stores over the next three months, and we wonder whether it will really justify a high cost of 500 dollars or even more than similar competitors, thanks to its refreshing chic and refreshing approach. what do you think? Let us tell you in comments.