Following a long time of pieces of tattle and hypothesis, various gamers’ dreams have finally emerged. Today, Razer has proclaimed the new Razer Blade 14, which is filled by AMD’s flagship Ryzen 9 5900HX. It’s the essential Razer Blade to join an AMD processor, and it’s available for purchase now on Razer’s website starting at $1,799.99.
The 14-inch gaming contraption will in like manner feature up to a Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 GPU and a QHD 165Hz display similarly as a FHD 144Hz decision. Razer says the Blade will be the tiniest 14-inch gaming laptop accessible, with dimensions of 12.59 x 8.66 x 0.66 inches. There’s also a 720p webcam (which is unquestionably not a given on gaming laptops these days).
The rest of the laptop looks like a truly standard Razer Blade, including the signature per-key RGB keyboard and the triple-headed snake logo on the top. Razer’s Intel structures have dependably situated among our picks for the best gaming laptop you can buy. Its Blade 15 Advanced passes on great packaging rates while remaining comparable in size to different 15-inch productivity machines. Its Blade Stealth 13 is one of very few 13-inch gaming laptops that can run AAA titles at neighborhood objective, and its Blade Pro 17 passes on likely the most great performance you can find in a gaming laptop, period. However, laptops with AMD CPUs have been showing improvement over those with Intel CPUs lately, in both performance and battery life.