The Razer Blade Pro

Discussion in 'Systems' started by technokat, Oct 20, 2016.

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  1. technokat

    technokat Director, Social Marketing Staff Member


    We’re really excited to unveil the new Razer Blade Pro:

    The Desktop in your Laptop—the Razer Blade Pro sets a new standard for desktop replacement notebooks by delivering on the promise of a true desktop gaming experience while maintaining an incredibly thin form-factor.

    Insanely powerful

    The Blade Pro is outfitted with the next-generation NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1080 (Pascal architecture) GPU, a 6th-Gen Intel Core i7, 32GB DDR4 RAM with storage capacities of up to 2TB.

    Obviously VR-Ready, bring more realism into your gameplay through NVIDIA VRWorks™ technologies and plug-and-play compatibility with leading VR headsets.

    Stunning visuals

    Watch, play and create on the Blade Pro’s incredible best-in-class IGZO 4K screen. Powered by NVIDIA G-SYNC display technology, further enhance your gameplay experience through eliminating screen-tearing.

    Uncompromising controls

    The Blade Pro is the first gaming system to be equipped with our revolutionary ultra-low-profile Mechanical Keyboard. Get the same desktop grade tactility, accuracy and responsiveness on your laptop. Play like a pro, type like an expert.

    Powered by innovative Razer Chroma lighting technology, you can further customize your Blade Pro to match your style and immerse yourself further into our growing list of games that support in-game Chroma effects.

    The Razer Blade Pro is without a shadow of a doubt, your ultimate portable gaming powerhouse.
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  2. Announcement - March 17th 8AM PST
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    Hey Insiders,

    We heard your requests and we’re glad to announce that the 250W Power Adapter is available as a standalone accessory at RazerStore. You now have the option to get additional chargers for your new Razer Blade Pro and experience desktop-grade gaming regardless of where you are.

    Power up now:
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  3. reloader-1

    reloader-1 Well-Known Member

    Pre-ordering the second orders go up...
  4. KevlarGibs

    KevlarGibs New Member

    So, is switchblade UI officially dead now?
  5. GhettoCowboy

    GhettoCowboy Active Member

    4,199€ . . . who the hell would pay this much for a laptop?
  6. greatking0527

    greatking0527 Active Member

    #first (nvm, close enough)
    Wonder how of my organs I need to sell to get that?
    Anyone interested in my right kidney? lol :D
  7. Predator5

    Predator5 Well-Known Member

    Who's here from the stream? :D

  8. jiauuwou

    jiauuwou Member

    Nice, but Switchblade UI...
    Still hope to see it again later!
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  9. greatking0527

    greatking0527 Active Member

    Good-bye :slightly_sad:
  10. gaykob7

    gaykob7 Well-Known Member

    where did you get that price?
  11. 27SilentChaos

    27SilentChaos Active Member

    WOOOH! NICE! Only problem was the laptop touchpad. Imagine the buttons on top ot the touchpad an OLED bar(similar to what macbook is doing), putting any controls on top through touch. OR a touchpad similar to lenovo yoga book, being able to change into a numpad/any productivity things. that would make it awesome!
  12. Overtask

    Overtask Well-Known Member

    Has been dead for quite a while.
    Quite a bit more than an Aorus X7 which is comparable in performance and size, so it was a bit of cleaver marketing saying that the closest thing is an mini ITX desktop. Nonetheless, you can be sure the Blade Pro will be a fair bit better in execution as a portable desktop replacement than the X7.
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  13. reloader-1

    reloader-1 Well-Known Member

    Honestly, for what you get, $3699 is a premium but not as much as one would think.

    The 512gb QHD Razer Blade starts at $2300

    Let's see what makes up the price differential:

    Larger system (more aluminum): $200
    4k and larger screen: $250
    1080 GPU: $300
    Mechanical Keyboard: $100
    G-Sync Certification: $150
    32GB of Ram (vs 16): $100

    Total: $1100

    That's $3400 using my fairly conservative #'s, and lower volume has to be an increased cost as well.
  14. 2BOSS4YOU

    2BOSS4YOU Active Member

    A beast in performance and in my wallet :eek:
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  15. TheGurgeMan7

    TheGurgeMan7 Well-Known Member

    Would my soul be sufficient currency to purchase this? It looks so gosh darn (self censor) good.

    Like I dont even have words to explain it.

    *Starts making primal sounds in longing*
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  16. .Z4x.

    .Z4x. Active Member

    I certainly would. I'd just like to see a better CPU (and preferably chipset).
    I'm also partial to 64GB memory, instead of 32GB, but I could live with this...
  17. 2BOSS4YOU

    2BOSS4YOU Active Member

    Games do not even use 16GB of RAM, why would you want 64GB... 32GB is more than you will ever need
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  18. greatking0527

    greatking0527 Active Member

    Razer has just introducing the Razer Toaster PRO
    The heat from the gtx 1080 is going to make the toast extra toasty
    FloraWo, Tonylot, chollos and 29 others like this.
  19. Active13245

    Active13245 Active Member

    Amazing laptop, yet amazing price. Again for Europe, it's crazy. For such price, I could build a desktop PC. I know, power, portability.
    Even the Stealth, 1,099 Euro, that's a lot. I guess I have to stick to peripherals :slightly_sad:

    As always Razer, very good job. Again we weren't disappointed ;)
  20. Reaver

    Reaver Active Member

    Only thing left is to ditch the fixed green accents and it'll be perfect.
    alanlouisgordon likes this.
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