Razer Laptop Recommendation for College

Discussion in 'Off Topic Chat' started by lakota5654, Mar 30, 2021.

  1. lakota5654

    lakota5654 New Member

    Hi everyone!
    I'm reaching out in hopes of getting some help with choosing a Razer laptop for college. My major is going to be GSAS which is basically video game design. I want a laptop that will smoothly run my programs and will also allow me to play games in my free time :). I'm not sure if I want to focus more on the coding, animating/drawing, or story telling. If there is a Razer out there that will work for all 3 options regardless of what I choose please let me know! Thanks for all your help in advance :)!
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  2. Wickedfairy29

    Wickedfairy29 New Member

    Razer Blade Stealth 13" (2020) where it is the World’s First Gaming Ultrabook and is also a great student laptop if it requires you to use application that need a lot of power. It doesn't hurt that it's also well-suited for playing games on the go. Just my opinion, but still it's up to your choice!
  3. InuToshi

    InuToshi New Member

    My personal preference is Razer Blade 15 Base Edition-Full HD, which I think the laptop that is best for you. Though this is the base edition for Blade 15 series but I'm pretty sure that its features will suit your needs.
  4. OasisAdair

    OasisAdair New Member

    Since you are majoring in game development, Razer Blade 15 suits you. The 16GB DDR4 ram combined with 512GB SSD will ensure that all your projects will be save quickly. Also, it has RTX 2070 graphics which is great for rendering. You can play and learn using this laptop!
  5. 43566654

    43566654 New Member

    As I see people advice the same what I am thinking about - Razer Blade 15 Base Edition.
    I'm studying in college for 2 years now and it's a good option. For sure.
    But I also can recommend you to get portable triple screen laptop workstation or something like that. I've seen such stuff at OFIYAA Tri-Screen (with 5% Off with Coupon Code (OFIYAA) - my little tip). Because there is much work to be done and you have to combine all your work in one single screen.. that's a little bit hard (for me).
    Last edited: Apr 30, 2021
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