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The NEW Razer Blade Gaming Laptop – Does it suck?

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  1. BohemianBlasphemy

    Love at first sight. I want one for free.
    It’s unlikely I’ll get one for free, so I guess I’ll have to pay for one.

  2. Thanks Blunty for shadow play info.

  3. Sebastian .Eisenmann

    So it seems they dumped their old mini-screen on the left lower side from
    the preceding version.

  4. I can’t live without that touch screen. When I’m having a close up viewing
    experience in bed, I keep the laptop on my chest, and the bottom of the
    finger pad at my chin. With my right hand busy I use my left hand to tap on
    the links I want to go to. ITS SO DAMN EASY! SO HD! Great review!

  5. The NEW Razer Blade Gaming Laptop – Does it suck?

    The New Razer Blade Gaming laptop… it has a “Stunning QHD+ Display” they
    call it “Insanely powerful”, packing the latest NVIDIA GeForce GTX graphics
    and 4th gen Intel Core i7 CPU, it is apparently “Impossibly Thin & Light”
    so it SOUNDS like a pretty hardcore Gaming Laptop…. but IS IT ANY GOOD? …
    lets find out… in Blunty’s New Razer Blade Review!

    Basic stats below, hit up Razer’s site for all the nitty gritty numbers and
    cool marketing-speak 😉

    #Razer #RazerBlade #Razerblade2014

    Intel® Core™ i7-4702HQ Quad Core Processor with Hyper Threading 2.2GHz /
    3.2GHz (Base/Turbo)
    Mobile Intel® PCHM 8 series chipset,
    HM87 8GB onboard memory (DDR3L-1600MHz)
    NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 870M (3GB GDDR5 VRAM, Optimus™ Technology)
    14.0″ QHD+ 16:9 Ratio, 3200×1800, with LED backlight, capacitive multi-touch
    128GB / 256GB / 512GB SSD (SATA M.2)
    Compact 150W Power Adapter
    Built-in 70Wh rechargeable lithium-ion polymer battery
    Built-in HD webcam (2.0MP)
    Razer™ Synapse 2.0 Enabled Multi-point touchscreen interface
    Dolby® Digital Plus Home Theater Edition Built-in stereo speakers
    Backlit anti-ghosting keyboard
    Array microphone 3.5mm microphone/headphone combo port
    USB 3.0 port x3 (SuperSpeed)
    HDMI 1.4a audio and video output
    Intel® Wireless-AC 7260HMW (802.11a/b/g/n/ac + Bluetooth® 4.0)
    Width: 13.6” / 345mm Depth: 9.3″ / 235mm Height: 0.70″/ 17.8mm
    Weight: 4.47lbs / 2.03kg
    Windows® 8.1 (64-Bit)

  6. if you’re giving one away i really need something for pc gaming. my current
    laptop is really crap, not even a gaming laptop and broke down from using
    it for pc games even on low settings. please dude really need a pc/laptop
    for gaming.

  7. The touch screen and 3200×1800 resolution is rather questionable decisions
    to make when designing a “gaming laptop” (you are not going to play games
    in 3200×1800 anyway), would have liked it cheaper and without those, but i
    guess they know that “gamers” will throw their money at them because of muh
    speecs and shiny higher numbers.

    I look forward to reading a more in-depth review on how it handles heat in
    that form factor, i dig the small form factor, looks really good.

  8. nice review, Nate, I just can’t get away with Razer….wish I could but
    everything ( and I do mean everything ), that I have bought from Razer has
    broken very quickly :(

  9. I don’t consider 14 inches a gaming laptop, you can’t play MMO’s on those
    screens they are just way to small to see small stats and abilities to game
    on a laptop I need 15.6 inch -17 I think 15.6 is perfect, not to small but
    not to heavy.

  10. Looks awesome 🙂
    only issue i can see is that there’s no numberpad, the extra number keys
    that is

  11. God I wish I has the extra money when I bout my laptop. It was between the
    Razer Blade and Yoga 2 Pro. I went with the Yoga because it had the same
    display resolution on a 13.3 screen so even higher res then the Blade and
    it was $1500 cheaper after my student/military discounts. One day I will
    have a gaming rig….one day hahaha.

  12. Very sexy system, great video!, I don’t use laptops but I would love to be
    able to afford this for the missus, She always uses laptops and her one is
    getting old. Oh well there is always scratch cards….£2500 o.O

  13. R4nd0mH1p5t3r - TF2 Videos

    Thanks Blunty, now I know what to get as a travel machine :)

  14. Holy crap $2.5k for the 512GB one

  15. Thanks. I wan’t needing a kidney anyway.

  16. I would be curious to know how many of these Razer actually sells. Surely
    the number of people who want a powerful gaming laptop, that’s also really
    small, and are willing to pay an obscene amount for it is quite small.
    Don’t even get me started on the Australian pricing…AU$3.3k-3.7k is
    fucking ridiculous.

  17. does this have heat issues when gaming like in many laptops?

  18. I can’t wait for mine. It’s coming to me in a couple days. I wanna see how
    this thing fairs with bf4/Titanfall at the screens native resolution. 

  19. Ugh, one of the only two reasons why I will never buy a Razor keyboard is
    that horrid font. 

  20. So this is what a black MacBook Pro would look like? 

  21. Personally I find touch screens on laptops extremely useful.

    Scrolling down when reading web pages is a PITA with a touch pad, just
    swiping the screen is WAY easier. Even with a mouse I get RSI using the
    scroll wheel all day, having a touch screen option can be a huge relief.

  22. Yup a pretty penny for the new razor blade pro 128gb being usd$2300 and the
    512gb being usd$2800 now if you analyze all the parts that got into it
    might be worth the price to get the laptop instead of building a pc with
    those components

  23. The thing that really makes Shadowplay shine at the moment is that Nvidia
    added desktop capture support across the board a few months ago.
    Very important because FRAPS hasn’t been updated in forever and doesn’t
    even officially support Windows 8. Critically, FRAPS can’t capture anything
    perceived to be the Windows Desktop on Windows 8.
    That includes a number of games like, say, Streets of Rage ReMake.

  24. If I was a windows user, think I’d be interested in one of these. #razor

  25. phoenix-force411

    And yet, the world was complaining about 1080p. 

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