A state of FRESH
Rocking a brand-new look, the Razer Blade Pro 17 is the ultimate on-the-go battlestation
Discussion in 'Systems' started by Deleted member 368765, Oct 17, 2017.
Looks so good, have the first gen Blade stealth, but i really want this one
Me too dude, me too...
great response thank you!
hopefully this one is good enough to run warframe, i have the 2016 model, i love it a lot but it can't run warframe D:
Very Cool like how it has the core i7 in it
wish i could afford
Every time when I see "i5 inside | i7 inside | 4 core | quad core" I break out laughing.
It is completely unimportant, model is important, because we can get i7 6c/12t and we can get i7 2c/4t ;D
Same we can get 4 core phenom, and we can get 4 core i5-7600K where diffenereces between them are so big.
still after so long... malaysia is still waiting for this laptop to be officially available...
just saw that it's not available in the MY online store. are you able to purchase from the SG / HK online store?
wish i could have one with a razer core.. they are just toooo expensive though
Got to say this thing looks awesome just can't justify the pricing on this unit when I own a gaming rig already. Can see this as a great option if you don't own any gaming PC yet
Hello, so here I buy a naga trinity razer, I'm on ps4, the mouse works well but the side buttons them, do not want to work, I think I have set correctly in Synapse 3, do you have an answer? Thanks for your help
This thing just looks amazing!!
I love the design on the Stealth.
Version with i9 available?
I have thought about trying to downsize my setup, but the performance i am getting right now, would be really hard/expensive to duplicate with this, even with a core.
I've had my eye on these for awhile now.
Does anyone know what kind of ssd is in this one? I just got a 256 in the mail yesterday knowing that I will be upgrading the ssd. I've done it in my Blade 14" with a Samsung 960 Pro NVme. Would this Stealth use the same NVme or is it something else? I asked support and was told the ssd is PCIe but wasn't sure if that also meant it is NVme.
Yes same m2 nvme.
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