Razer Blade Pro has been announced by the company, allegedly bringing desktop power to laptops with a NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 placed into the same chassis compared to the older Razer Blade model which had GTX 960M originally.
The new Razer Blade pro is powered by a Core i7-6700HQ 45-Watt CPU and has a 32GB DDR4 memory along with options of 512GB / 1TB / 2TB SSD PCIe M.2 RAID 0 (2 drives) for storage. To survive the heat of the most graphically intense battles, the laptop utilizes an innovative custom cooling design. Dynamic heat exchange coupled with bleeding edge vapor chamber technology spreads heat out quickly, evenly and efficiently. There is a 17.3 inch 4k IGZO IPS display which also supports NVIDIA’s G-SYNC technology for an enhanced gaming performance.
Razer Blade Pro also comes with a ultra-low-profile mechanical keyboard that provides an uncompromising desktop grade experience that feels tactile, accurate and responsive for work or play. There is also the traditional Razer chroma lighting with 16.8 million colors for vibrant lighting effects in the keyboard and trackpad. The company is even providing the FL studio 12 Producer edition for the owners of Razer Blade Pro who can download the full licensed software for free.
The full specs of the Razer Blade Pro laptop can be seen below.
This new gaming beast starts at $3699 which is double the price of older 14 inch model, but given the desktop-like specs, does it justify the price?