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What I want in the Razer Blade Pro 2018/2019

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Rawdy, Jun 14, 2018.

  1. Rawdy

    Rawdy New Member

    Ok so razer recently refreshed their mid range blade.
    They could refresh their pro line too

    So list start.

    1.dual 1080 SLI
    This Could mean that we could actually do 4k60 Max Settings or 1440p144 max settings

    2. a 1440p144hz G-Sync HDR Display
    This would be good considering we could experience HDR on gaming laptops for the first time

    3.A laptop Mechanical keyboard.
    This could be good considering other companies have done it.

    4. An 8th gen i9 processor
    This would make the laptop bulkier but more appealing to professionals

    5.Quad Raid 0
    This would equal blazing fast read/right speeds

    6.Killer Wifi
    This could be overpowered with really low ping.

    7. High precision trackpad
    This could work

    8.touchscreen
    This would be perfect for those who want to draw on profesional art programs such as adobe photoshop

    9.Watercooling dock(optional)
    This wont happen but it would allow for high overclocking when docked

    10.triple monitor accessory(optional)
    This would allow project valerie to be real(sort of) and would allow for high productivity.



    That was my list I hope you enjoyed

    Comment what you want in the comments below.
     
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  2. quas0r

    quas0r New Member



    1080 SLI doesnt make sense. Infact a lot of your point sound like a fantasy.
    1. Just a full 1070 / 1080 MQ GPU, wide variety of display options like 1080p 60Hz/ 1080p 144Hz/ 1440p 120Hz/ 4k 60Hz should do.
    2. 8850H CPU default and i9 8950HK option as option
    3. 32GB RAM out of the box with 64GB RAM support
    4. 512GB M.2 NVMe out of the box and option for 2TB with two M.2 slots available
    5. 99WH battery is a MUST, with a substantial adapter in the range of 300W. No BS adapter like 2016 model that cannot drive the laptop at higher loads.
    6. The cooling option on blade 15 was already such a good improvement over last year model. But as Lisa has pointed out in her review, please a better one that doean't get hot in the battery section. None of us want a swollen battery or a hot palmrest area.
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    7. People opting for a 17inch are anyway ready for a laptop with good heft. So better make the laptop a lil thicker with better thermals.
    8. Your display was phenomenal on the blade 15 this year anyway. Just add a 1440p option too with maybe 120HZ? and yeah, around a 350-400 nits brightness? And oh yeah! Pls keep the bezel thickness to 5mm-7mm. Blade 15 was crispy!
    9. Your improved touchpad too was lovely on the blade 15. Just the same size touchpad on the right.[Just my preference]

    A lot of us here are really loyal fans even though there were some less stellar and not the best Quality controlled devices from the past. If blade 15 was any indication, you have started hearing and taking the fans suggestion clearly.

    Thats all we need. No gimmicks, just a well grounded laptop like your blade 15, just bigger and better. The design dept is already great! Just the thermal needs some work. Thanks for hearing out and improving the blade 15. Just expect the same in Blade pro.
     
  3. ricstar

    ricstar Member

    first one sounds like fantasy, but the second one sounds doable.
     
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  4. Joikansai

    Joikansai Well-Known Member

    Did you mean 8850H cpu? No, it’s quite possible imo, since it has better cooling than i9 8950HK, and Aorus just released new x7 v8, 17inch gaming Laptop with gtx 1080 with 3,2kg weigt, but with only 1080p screen option even 144Hz and g sync panel and Razer has opportunity to make a 4K or 1440p Panel for better gaming experience and keep marketing thinnest gtx1080 gaming Laptop.
     
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  5. quas0r

    quas0r New Member

    Yup. Aorus has that and does a much better job than Razer in thermal because it has better room to breathe. The fantasy was because of dual 1080 SLI, water cooling etc.
     
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  6. Joikansai

    Joikansai Well-Known Member

    That’s true, and I’m agree with 1080 SLI and water cooling, it’s also against Razer Blade in term portability marketing. They will be better concentrating on cooling and ac adapter to improve from last gen top pro model issue.
     
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  7. Rawdy

    Rawdy New Member

    not a fantasy because dare I say its name, Asus has done both of them
     
  8. Dekades

    Dekades Community Cowboy Staff Member

    *GASP*

    :big_grin_:
     
  9. Joikansai

    Joikansai Well-Known Member

    Does anyone buy that, heard it 3 years ago about water cooling laptop, never heard it anymore bad product. SLI Laptop? it’ll be better buy desktop.
     
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  10. quas0r

    quas0r New Member

    Asking Razer to do what something Asus did for 8000 USD with the immobile ROG GX800VH is not fantasy? None of us want a 8K+ laptop. That is definitely in the fantasy realm for most of us. And SLI doesn't make sense at all. The return on investment of SLI is almost none.
     
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  11. CJ_Jacob

    CJ_Jacob New Member

    So I can't find any information or even rumors anywhere about a 2018 refresh of the blade pro. Does anyone know if we can expect a blade pro refresh in 2018 or will we have to wait until 2019 (or even later)? It is unclear where Razer is focusing its attention currently after the blade 15 drop. Any thoughts?
     
  12. CXTKRS1

    CXTKRS1 New Member

    Nvidia next gen GPUs are rolling out sometime later this year so we might see a refresh before Xmas I'm guessing. Probably depends on if Nvidia rolls out new mobile options the same time as it does for desktops. I hope Razer has an option for users to purchase a top tier GPU with a non 4K screen this time around. Even if the next gen GPU options are like what we currently have (very close to desktop performance) I doubt we will see 100+ FPS on Ultra setting with 4K unless you're playing a very well optimized game like Overwatch.
     
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  13. MythiKalGoatZzZ

    MythiKalGoatZzZ New Member

    Ok most of this is unrealistic. We just need an 8th gen i7, three screen options (1080-144hz, 1440-120 or 144hz, 4k-60hz), a nice keyboard and a nice trackpad. While a gtx1080 sli setup would be nice, just a single 1080 can do the job. Also, im sure the 1080p version will include a gtx1070, since a 1080 would be an overkill for such resolution.
    Maybe the 1440p and 4k models will have touchscreen, but i would appreciate if that was an optional thing you could include if you wanted to, because i know a lot of people buying this laptop would want an anti-reflection screen over a glossy touchscreen. It all comes down to preference though, so it would be nice to be able to choose.
    Of course, all of this should be able to work, so implementing a quality cooling system such as the one present in the 15" Razer Blade would be much needed, no matter how much thickness is added by doing so, as long as it doesn't become one of those Gaming Behemoths like the Alienware 17 and the Omen X 17.

    Now the Watercooling and Triple screen is just so not happening. Razer might have prototypes of those, but they are not in a rush to launch them any time soon. Would it be nice?, sure. But its just not happening. Not this year at least.
     
  14. CJ_Jacob

    CJ_Jacob New Member

    Another real question here would be when we can expect a 4k panel with more than 60hz. It can't be that hard to implement, and obviously a steeper price point isn't too much of a concern with blade pro shoppers if they're already in the market for one. We all know that a 1080 mq card is capable of pushing well over 60 fps on well-optimized 4k games.
     
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