Razer has released another Blade for people requiring a mix of force and versatility. The most recent 14-inch model is the organization’s first with a 4K display, and is additionally pressing Intel’s most recent Core i7-7700HQ CPU, giving it more speed with a similar power utilization. Indeed, even with the updated segments, the new model has a similar thickness (0.70 inches) and weight (4.3 pounds with a 4K display) as the last model, on account of the unibody aluminum chassis.
The new sharp edge additionally has the last model’s NVIDIA GTX 1060 GPU with 6GB of DDR5 VRAM, alongside 16GB of DDR4 RAM least, SSD stockpiling up to 1TB, Thunderbolt 3 and the shading tastic Razer Chroma console. NVIDIA’s most recent portable PC GPUs are presently almost as effective as its desktop models, however a few commentators found the last 14-inch Blade to be fairly feeble at the top-end 3,200 x 1,800 determination, so it’s not liable to be better on a 4K (3,840 x 2,160) show. The battery life was likewise mediocre on a year ago’s QHD Blade, so don’t expect a tremendous change there, either.
Despite the fact that gamers should contemplate the 4K choice, it’s decent for video or design masters who do GPU rendering and need an UHD display, yet not really huge amounts of battery life. There aren’t numerous different models out there with a similar blend of size and specs, yet one that rings a bell is the Dell XPS 15, which is only a touch heavier and will likewise be accessible with a 4K display (but a 15-inch one) and Core i7-7700 CPU for $2,199. Be that as it may, that model has lesser NVIDIA GTX 1050 visuals.
As you’d expect, the 14-inch Blade ain’t inexpensive – the Full HD model is presently accessible in the US, Canada, UK, Germany and France at Razerzone.com, beginning at $1,899 (£1,799) and coming somewhere else in March. The 4K model is probably going to be significantly more and it won’t touch base until in any event April of 2017.