A state of FRESH
Rocking a brand-new look, the Razer Blade Pro 17 is the ultimate on-the-go battlestation
Discussion in 'News and Announcements' started by Razer.WolfPack, Jan 6, 2019.
Anyone thinking "surround" with these puppies !!!
That's a rip I agree
Even though it isn't G-Sync, with the news from Nvidia, some good quality screens can be compatible with this tech while not labeled as such.
I will to have that monitor.
I really want one...
What will be the price of this monitor?
700 USD as many reveiwers said.
This is a little bit to much i think for a monitor like this
It looks nice and all, but 2 things worries me:
No VESA mount
As was stated some times aboce, NVidia is now supporting certain Freesync Monitors and you can hand-enable Freesync (without support) for all Freesync Monitors (https://blogs.nvidia.com/blog/2019/01/06/g-sync-displays-ces/). I would buy this monitor if it would have been a bit larger than mine (i already have a 27 inch setup and i will not replace it if it is not bigger - we have 32" monitors at work - unuseable for gaming as they are 4K or more, but with 2K at 30 inch, i would be instantly sold.
That stand is thiccccc. I do not mean that as a compliment.
You guys inspire me to further advance my career so i can afford such beautiful gear. It’s an awesome design but far beyond my price point. I hope the whales enjoy it.
RAZER'S RAPTOR DISPLAY IS THE NEW STANDARD FOR GAMING MONITOR .
1.COOL LOOKING WIRE MANEGMENT IN RAZER THEME.
2.ALL THE SPECS YOU NEED FOR GAMING
4.IT'S RAZER ITS A VALUE GAMING BRAND.
RAZER GIVES A GAMING VIBE
And because a 700$ has to rock.
PS : next time don't use CAPS to write please.
While you have to give Razer credit for a super clean and nicely designed monitor. . .Alienware is spanking them with this enticing gaming monitor.
Wow! This is awesome! Hope there will soon be a curved version too.
The only gotcha is that his won't be out for a while (Linus guessed at least 6 months).
I've been hoping for something like this, since last year's BFGD announcement...
Dropping from 65 to 55 is OK, if it's OLED. (-;
Might not cost 700USD.
I figured it was going to take awhile for this to come out back when nvidia announced it. And honestly it makes TVs exciting again. While I'm sure the first generation is gonna be expensive, it should pave the way for others to follow.
Personally would like a 70"-75" myself.
It'll probably be $5000-$6000. Probably more. Being it'll likely be the first of its kind on the market.
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