For CES 2021, like every year, Razer has shown its new successful version Blade 15, which is a bit of the manufacturer’s spearhead in terms of laptop games.
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Unlike some of its competitors, Razer chose Intel fidelity for its Blade 15 laptops. As always, the model offers different configurations depending on your budget and requirements. However, this is the first time the program has offered so many options.
For example, if the Blade 15 is offered the latest RTX 30 in the highest configurations (RTX 3060 and 3070 and RTX 3080), the cheaper model is still equipped with a GTX 1660 Ti. Actually, Razer has chosen to reject its Blade 15 in two different areas: the base model and the advanced model.
Obviously, by changing the “Range” we naturally increase the range, and that for most components. Among the PCs in question, the PCs in question contain 10th generation Intel Core i7 processors.
Check out our image gallery for a full list of all the ways Razer would like to market its Blade 15. There are so many choices that it is difficult to get around. Razer wanted to address everyone in 2021.
Completeness of the program
This is particularly reflected in the choice of screens, which range from 4K OLED panels to IPS panels with display frequencies of up to 360 Hz. Even in this year of 1440p history, we don’t have to choose between 4K and Full HD.
The Razer Blade 15 is available from January 26th with a first price of 1899 dollars.