Razer Blade Review
As years go by technology advances, thus old technology fade off; however, this does not mean that the old becomes useless, no it is only a reflection to where technology gas comes from in years. With that in mind, in this review, we are going to look at the expansion and latest development of Razer Blade. It a new gadget in town that is giving other laptop manufacturers a run for their money; however, that is a story for another day. Back to the review! It is amazing how technology is taking shape, to say the least. Razer Blade our main product under review is among the most established brands in the market as we speak today. Lately, Razer has been updating its graphic chip moving from GTX 970M to GTX 1060. However, you need to note that there is no much difference between the two so to repress chance of confusion; we are going to name the GTX1060 the “NEW RAZER BLADE”.
As we mentioned earlier on, you can tell every little or no difference in the physical appearance of the two gadgets. However, most changes took place within in the New Razer Blade.
The Razer Blade as exceptional external casing. In fact, it is deemed to be one of the most well-designed cases of a laptop. It is one among the most powerful gaming laptop in the contemporary technology world. Like all other gaming gadgets, Razer Blade has the necessary specification as well as ability to function well. In fact, for computer gamer, Razer Blade is what you need.
For a gaming laptop to function well it needs 256GB, 1 TB version or 512 GB and this is what the New Razer Blade brings to the table.
The New Razer Blade come with two optional panels, the first one comes with 14” screen with a resolution of 1920 by 1080. The second comes with QDH with a resolution of 3,200 by 1800, with a touch screen. The GTX 1060 deemed to be the New Razer Blade was pushed to 3200 by 1800.
In many reviews, we noticed that most clients place their emphases on storage capacity, which is good because no better gaming laptop will work better without enough storage. With that in mind, let’s zero down to the New Razer Blade. This gadget comes with 512 GB or 1TB storage capacity, thus making it first among the laptops with huge storage capacity. As you know, the bigger storage capacity, the better! It has an HD or QHD screen or display.
What are other features accessible?
Well, like any other laptop, the New Razer Blade has power jack, headphone jack as well as double USB 3.0 ports on the left.
It has an HDMI port, USB 3.0 as well as a USB-C port with Thunderbolt 3. The New Razer Blade has additional features such as 802.11 ac Killer wireless plus Blues tooth 4.1. It also comes with a one year warranty!
Razer Blade – Keyboard and trackpad
Let’s give some light on keyboards as well as the trackpad. Well, it is clear that all laptops need a keyboard as well as trackpad; however, what makes this feature unique from other laptop features? The trackpad is a bit huge compared to other gaming laptops, thus improving the touchpad responsiveness. Keyboard has well spread letters, thus making it very convenient for each person to use it. However, the only shortcoming with the New Razer Blade Keyboard is a lack of micro Keys. Keeping in mind that the New Razer Blade is a gaming laptop, lack of Micro keys can be very frustrating, especially when one is playing action games like RPGs as well as MOBAs.
The laptop is furnished with a 2.6GHz Intel Core i7-6700HQ processor and 16GB of memory. On the PCMark 8 Work Conventional test, which measures efficiency, it scored 3,312 focuses. That is superior to anything the HP Omen 17 (2,729), the past Blade with GTX 970M design (2,886), the Alienware 13 (2,971), and the 2016 Surface Book (2,735), they are higher, all the more requesting resolutions are in charge of the hole. The full HD Ideapad Y900-17, for example, scored 3,711. The new Blade exceeded expectations somewhere else as well, sitting appropriate close by these frameworks on our three sight and sound tests.