OLED display, RTX graphics and 9th-gen Intel: Razer’s new Blade 15
Razer has disclosed the mid-2019 versions of its fashionable Arm laptop series that elevate action thanks to Intel’s new 9th-generation movable CPUs.
The OLED display, RTX graphics, and 9th-gen Intel: Razer’s new Blade 15
M Billal Shah
Razer has disclosed the mid-2019 versions of its fashionable Arm laptop series that elevate action thanks to Intel’s new 9th-generation movable CPUs. It has also married a rarified gild with a 4K OLED option, delivering on an application it teased at CES 2019. As before, there are tercet new models: The Razer Leaf 15 Radical, Weapon 15 Advanced and Leafage Pro 17. All of them are thin, morals and restorative top-end eyeglasses, same 9th-gen Intel Ngo i7-9750H CPUs, NVIDIA RTX ray-tracing GPUs, and displays perfectly suited for diversion and substance beginning.
Kicking things off is the Razer Foliage 15 in “Grassroots” and “Modern” versions. If you’ve got the bucks, the advanced model is the one that you essential, carry NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 Max-Q GPUs and a 240Hz 1080p 15.6-inch screen for luxuriously frame-rate gaming. It comes with 16GB of dual-channel DDR4-2667 RAM (expandable to 64GB), an 80 Wh battery for maximum endurance, per-key RGB Razer Intensity and three USB 3.2 Gen 2 ports. All of that fits in a 17.8mm gelatinlike body weighing as small as 4.73 pounds.
If you want a more advanced experience for gaming or multimedia creation and have no problem with the budget, you’ll want the top-end Blade 15 Advanced model with GeForce RTX 2080 Max-Q graphics and a 4K 60 Hz OLED touchscreen. It covers 100% of the advanced DCI-P3 color gamut and conforms to the new Display HDR 400 True Black OLED standard, delivering a superb 400 nits of brightness for HDR gaming and entertainment content.
The primary edition, meantime, scale things back, both in terms of performance and size. The GPU is limited to NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 graphics, a 1080p 144Hz display, smaller 65 Wh battery, and tierce USB 3.1 Gen 1, not Gen 2 ports. That’s solace a lot of cause for a 4.63-pound laptop that’s a bit thicker than the advanced model at 19.9mm. Neither the Primary or Advanced laptop hold an SD card reader, so boo to that.
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If you need a big screen, that’s what the Razer Blade Pro 17-inch model is for. Powered also by the 9th-generation Intel Core i7-9750H 6-core CPU, it gives you a selection of NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060, 2070 Max-Q and 2080 Max-Q graphics. Peculiarly, your door choices are small to a 144Hz 1080p 17.3-inch model, though it’s sparkly at 300 nits and covers 100% of the sRGB gamut.
The Blade Pro 17 comes with 16GB of DDR4 2667 Mhz RAM, NVMe SSDs, three USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-A, one USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type C (Thunderbolt) port and a UHS-III SD card order. Weight-wise, you’re hunt at 6.06 pounds (2.75 kg) and it’s 19.9mm fine.
The Blade Pro 17 model starts at $2,499 with RTX 2060 graphics but will run you $3,199 with the top-end RTX 2080 Max-Q choice. Meantime, the Razer Blade 15 Base model costs $1,999, while the modern unit starts at $2,399 with RTX 2070 Max-Q graphics (there’s no pricing yet on the RTX 2080 4K OLED model, but expect to pay a lot more). They’re open starting tomorrow in the US and Canada and will arrive in May in different markets.