Razer Blade 2015 Review
The 2015 Razer Blade almost fully realizes 3K gaming, but unscalable applications and games prevents this dream from becoming a reality.
Where can you go after making one of the most wonderfully crafted and gorgeous gaming laptops? Not very far, if the fourth generation Razer Blade gaming laptop is any indication. Unlike with the 2014 Blade, Razer hasn’t changed up much other than swapping out the internals with more memory, a faster processor and the Nvidia’s lauded mobile graphics chip, the GTX 970M.
Otherwise, the laptop features the same exact chassis and high-resolution QHD+, 14-inch screen. Of course, this isn’t a bad thing, as these were both qualities I loved about yesteryear’s model. It’s also still an amazing feat that Razer has managed to fit all this power into a 0.7-inch (17.9 mm) thick slab of aluminum.
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Razer might have been ahead of the game last year, but other laptop makers are quickly catching up. In the last few months, both the Digital Storm Triton and Origin EVO15-S have wowed me as well-equipped, thin and light machines that nip at the Razer Blade’s coattails. This is still undoubtedly an exceptional machine, but it’s just not that well ahead of the pack anymore.
Source: Kevin Lee