Razer has uncovered its new Blade 17, equipping thewith Intel’s 11th-gen CPUs and beefing things up on the GPU front with Nvidia’s RTX 30 Sequence graphics playing cards.
The refreshed Blade 17 delivers the skill to have Intel’s Core i9-11900H, which Razer notes is the beefiest processor at any time to be offered with the machine, an 8-core (16-thread) chip capable of Turbo up to 4.9GHz. Alternatively, the Core i7-11800H can be specified instead.
Up to ancan be preferred when it will come to the discrete graphics card, and Razer has also produced the choice to introduce a fingerprint-resistive coating with the Blade 17. That means fingerprint smudges on the chassis should really be a issue of the previous (or at minimum a a lot-decreased phenomenon).
The 17.3-inch screen can be specced up to a 4K touchscreen, or lesser resolutions with quicker refresh prices that avid gamers will most likely plump for: 1440p or 1080p, with the latter hitting 360Hz. Furthermore, there’s quicker storage (a 1TB SSD) and RAM presented (with 16GB and 32GB solutions), together with Thunderbolt 4 connectivity.
Razer further more notes the inclusion of a better 1080p webcam, with a lot more mics (four, alternatively than two). There are also four (upward-firing) speakers with this laptop, all over again doubling items up to present meatier audio.
The gaming laptop’s touchpad has been graced with palm rejection advancements, and Razer’s vapor chamber cooling has been tweaked to be a lot more effective, and assist to preserve a lid on the temperatures of those effective elements.
Be aware that the current Blade 15 Foundation product has also been current so it can now be loaded with a Core i7-11800H CPU (and outfitted with up to anGPU).
The Blade 15 Foundation is priced from £1,699.99 or $1,799.99, and the new Razer Blade 17 starts off at £2,399.99 or $2,399.99, with the two now up for pre-get at.