Razer releases updated Blade gaming notebook

Razer releases updated Blade gaming notebook

The US company Razer, which has become famous with its high-end gaming hardware and peripherals, has started the sales of its updated year 2014 model of the Blade gaming notebook.

Everything is improved in the new Blade starting with the chassis that is just 0.7 inches thick. The notebook weighs just 2.03 kilograms and offers a powerful quad-core Core i7-4702HQ Haswell processor at 2.2 GHz (3.2 GHz in Turbo mode), GeForce GTX 870M graphics with 2 GB of GDDR5 memory, a 14-inch display at 3200 x 1800 pixels, 8 GB of DDR3 memory, a 128 GB/256 GB/512 GB SSD, three USB 3.0 ports, a 1.3 MP web camera and a battery that can power the device for up to 6 hours. The Blade also comes with Windows 8.1 64-bit out of the box.

The new Razer Blade will be available on the market in late April 2014 or in early May. The minimum suggested retail price of the new Blade is USD 2200.

Source: Razer

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