Razer is giving its greatest gaming portable PC a Kaby Lake entry and a huge number moves up to make it the main THX-ensured gaming laptop which is called Razor Blade Pro. THX has brought its sound-and picture-tuning ability to make the new 17-inch Razer Blade Pro a studio-review machine for editing movies and delivering media.
On the sound front, you can expect picture tuning quality sound with low-bending and small murmuring when you pump up the volume. Thus, the 4K display now accompanies a THX-confirmed shading profile that meets all the studio prerequisites for pinnacle splendor, shading extent, and dark levels. Well, Razor Blade Pro is mainly focused on studio quality than the gaming purpose here though the quality material of the processor and other specs is quite promising for powerhouse gaming.
Regarding equipment, the new Razer Blade Pro comes furnished with another seventh generation Intel Core i7 quad-core processor, and magnificently faster memory clock speeds at 2,667MHz. Something else, the 17-inch gaming still comes furnished with a Nvidia GTX 1080 and SSD storage limit starting from 512GB.
The new Razer Blade Pro will be accessible on March 28 beginning at $3,999 or £3,799 (about AU$5,250) – which is sadly a genuine tick up from its predecessor’s $3,699 or £3,499 (about AU$4,850) tagged price.