Razer’s Blade laptops altered a diversion for gaming PCs a few years ago, make-up lots of energy into comparatively svelte machines. This year, Razer did it again. The Razer Blade has an aluminum enclosure, a full 15.6-inch arrangement with minimal bezels, a accurate keyboard, a poetic potion trackpad, and a revamped fog cover cooling system.
More notable are a internals: Its bottom indication runs on a hexacore Intel i7 chip, 16 GB of RAM, Nvidia 1060 Max-Q graphics, and a hybrid SSD/HDD storage solution. That configuration, that starts during $1,600, also comes with a 1080p HD display; though if we wish to live a little, we can splurge on upgraded internals and a UHD touchscreen display.
If we wish a smaller shade (and are OK with weaker performance), a 13-inch Razer Blade Stealth is a good option.