Without the influx of new gaming laptops it would not be CES and so far, the 2022 edition of the annual trade show has delivered. No wonder then that Razor took the opportunity to update his popular Blade 14, 15 and 17 models. The company has not redesigned the three laptops, but it has changed a handful. They all feature a refreshed keyboard with a “slightly larger” key, a modification Razer says it was designed to keep users’ well-being in mind. They include a new hinge design that enables slimmer and better ventilation.
However, the specialty of these machines is their updated interior. All three will come standard with DDR5 RAM for the first time. They can also be configured with NVIDIA’s latest laptop flagship GPU, the RTX 3080 Ti. With 16GB of onboard GDDR6 memory, Razer claims that it offers better performance than the desktop Titan RTX. Another option you will have is the RTX 3070 Ti. Razer says it’s up to 70 percent faster than a GPU RTX 2070 Super Sent to NVIDIA 2020. The company further claims that it can deliver 100 frames per second when rendering games at 1440p.
The Blade 15 and 17 will also come with Intel’s new 12th-generation Core H-Series processor. Announced at CES, they use the same functionality and efficient original design as they do Recently announced desktop replica. Those who have extra money can configure Blade 15 and Blade 17 with 14-core i9-12900H. Oh, and all will come with computers Windows 11 Previously installed.
As you can imagine, Blade 14 As the least improved feature The most recent addition to Razer’s lineup. The 2022 model has a 1080p IR webcam with a new fingerprint-resistant cover and full Windows Hello support. Internally, the computer has a processor of the latest 6000 series from AMD, paired with Ryzen 9 6900HX, 16GB DDR5 RAM.
For the Blade 15, it will come with a new optional UHD display. Highlights from this IPS panel include 100 percent DCI-P3 wide color gamut coverage and a 144Hz refresh rate, up to 60Hz on the previously offered 4K OLED razor. Your other display options with the 2022 model are a 360Hz 1080p panel or a 240Hz 1440p screen.
Finally, the Blade 17 gets some of the most practical upgrades. Razer has equipped its flagship with a high-powered 82WHr battery. It comes with four to eight speakers of the 2021 model. Last but not least, the Blade 17 will be shipped with a new 280W adapter which, thanks to GaN circuitry, The size of a 180W power brick.
Blade 14 will start at $ 2,000 when pre-orders will open through the Razer website on February 10 and retailers will be selected, with more wide availability after the first quarter of 2022. Meanwhile, Blade 15 and Blade 17 will start at $ 2,500 and 2,700, respectively, and will be available for pre-order from January 25th.
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