techno.rentetan.com – Razer already produces a broad range of laptops from 13″ to 17-inch, but Razer claims that it is the most powerful 14″ laptop for gaming today with the new Blade 14.
It also manage to cramp up to an Nvidia RTX 3080 GPU (no, that’s not one type), to support an AMD Ryzen 9 5900HX CPU and an NVIDIA RTX 3080 GPU. While placing the powerful components on a 14-inch laptop is almost certainly limited to thermal restrictions, it is nevertheless still impressive – especially when the majority of games with a 14-inch RTX 3070 max are made available.
Razer says Blade 14 is more than 30 percent smaller than an ordinary 15-inch gaming notebook with a thickness of 12,59 x 8,66 inches and a thickness of only 0,66 inches. If you ever wanted a system which maximizes power and portability, Blade 14 would be exactly what you dreamed of.
Razer did not blur on other Blade 14 features that include a full 144 Hz HD panel or a 165 Hz QHD panel with two display options that supports AMD FreeSync. Razer claims the latter is a 14-inch gaming machine’s fastest display. The Blade 14 also has a standard 16GB RAM and a standard 1TB PCIe SSD.
Even the ports of Blade 14 are very easy: Two Usb-C ports, two USB-A ports, a complete HDMI 2.1 port, a headphone jack and Wi-Fi 6E are all available. The blade 14 features RGB lighting by keys and an IR webcam that works with Windows Hello, as with the other premium gaming notices from Razer.
Of course, the downside is that Blade 14 is not exactly what anyone would call affordable, at a starting price of $1,800 for an AMD 5900HX CPU and an Nvidia 3060 GPU. You can also check out an all-in price of $2,800 when you max out the Blade 14 with 5900X, 3080 GPU and that 165HZ QHD screen. For any 14-inch laptop, that’s huge money, even one with the most impressive specs.
Includes a sequel to its Raptor 27 gaming monitor and a new, compact 130 Watt power adapter, aside from the new Blade 14, Razer offers some more products on E3.
Razer increased the refresh rate of the Raptor 27 to 165Hz (from 144Hz) and added HDR400 support. It’s also the first game monitor to be officially certified with THX. Unfortunately, Razer has not upgraded the new HDMI 2.0 port to HDMI 2.1, which is a buzzer that includes HDMI 2.1 for all or all Razer newly or recently upgraded laptops.
The new Raptor 27 still supports both Nvidia G-Sync and AMD FreeSync Premium and offers a 90 degree tilt design which gives you easy access to the monitor’s ports. An optional VESA mount is also available for anyone who wants to use a monitor stand for their own use.
And if you are looking for the power brick to charge all your usb devices, Razer introduces its GAN charger of up to 130 watts, with two USB-Cs and two USB-A ports, which allows charging up to four different devices at the same time. The 130 watt power brick from Razer even comes with the nice international plug attachments. This fancy new power brick is not exactly cheap, as are so many Razer products—this will cost you $180. Now available is the new Razer Blade 14. Raptor 27 pre-commands also start today and it is expected that Razer 130 watt USB loader will begin shipping in the next month.