Razer should compete in the budget category...

Discussion in 'Systems' started by theblubbyone, May 20, 2018.

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  1. theblubbyone

    theblubbyone New Member

    Dell and HP... What are they doing? They are building GTX 1050(Ti) laptops for $800. I wouldn't mind paying about $900 for a Blade "TE" or something, that has a GTX 1050 Ti, an i5, 8GB of RAM, and a 256GB SSD. Is that too much to ask? It doesn't have to have a touchscreen, but a display option with glass would be nice. And, most of the budget laptops are 15" laptops, so if they could make the 15 inch standard, but with 13 inch as an option to lower the price, that would be awesome. Razer is trying to appeal in the budget market with the Essential mice and Cynosa keyboards, why not appeal to the budget laptop segment? Just my two cents... :smile_:

    Here's something to note: This can still be done with aluminum... All of HP's Pavilion line has an aluminum top, and a plastic bottom, and that includes their Pavilion Power (the GTX 1050 one if you didn't know).
     
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