Razer updates their top of the line Razer Blade series to support RTX 30 series GPUs
Yesterday, during CES 2021, Razer, one of the leading gaming companies in the world, announced their all new lineup of high end, high spec gaming laptops which will come with new CPUs and GPUs. Razer has updated their flagship laptops the Blade and the Blade Pro to sport these new technologies, which offer major performance boosts and vastly improved displays, which the GPU will be able to take advantage of.
Both the new laptops will feature improved internals- in terms of CPUs and GPUs. On the hardware side of things, it seems that laptop display panels are being given an update too. Here's what you need to know about the upcoming Razer laptops.
New Razer Blade 15
The Razer Blade 15 for the year 2021 will still carry forward the stunning 15.6-inch display, while offering users a total of 3 configurable display options. These include a 360Hz refresh rate panel at full HD resolution, a Quad HD panel with 240Hz refresh rate and Nvidia G-sync and finally, an Ultra HD OLED display with a 60Hz panel. Each of these laptops have their own targeted users and this time, the Razer Blade 15 will cater to the needs of users apart from just gamers.
The second major change to the Blade 15 gaming laptops comes in the form of its graphics card. Razer gaming laptops have been using the laptop grade RTX20 series of GPUs but now, they will be replaced with newer and more powerful RTX30 series GPUs. The processor on these updated models will also fit the 2021 models.
New Razer Blade Pro 17
When it comes to this model of the Razer Blade gaming laptop, there is only one key difference- the screen size on these laptops is 17.3-inches. The Blade Pro too comes in 3 display options, with the exception of not being available in 60Hz or 240Hz refresh rate panels. Replacing those options are a Quad HD screen with 165Hz refresh rate, and an Ultra HD screen with a 120Hz refresh rate. The Blade Pro series is catering to hardcore gamers of different levels.