Razer a company that produces computers and more cool hardware got an amazing super powerful laptop called the Razer Blade Pro. This is the RZ09-01663E53-R3U1 variant.
It first of all comes with a 17.3″ IGZO 3840×2160 4K/UHD Display, Intel Core i7 7th Gen 7820HK clocked at 2.9GHz, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 8GB GDDR5X, THX certified laptop for better audio and visuals, VR Ready laptop, 32GB Memory, 1TB SSD and Windows 10 Home 64-Bit OS installed!
Some ports it comes with are: 3x USB 3.0, 1x Thunderbolt 3, LAN port, Power button, SD card reader, Kensington lock, audio/mic jack and 1x HDMI 2.0. It’s also a very thin laptop.
You don’t need GTX 1080 in a laptop to be VR ready. My Acer Predator laptop is running with the GTX 980 and can handle HTC Vive just fine. But this will certainly be more future proof system for virtual reality.
Razer Blade Pro will also be great for people who want to stream content online in 4K resolution or 360-degree streaming. You can also overclock the processor by enable high-performance mode to get clock speed up to 4.3GHz! Of course it as well comes with NVIDIA G-SYNC for more smooth gameplay. AMD has a similar feature. The visual clarity will be great because it supports 100% ADOBE RGB.
The keyboard is a nice low-profile mechanical keyboard that has light effects using razer chroma lighting with 16.8 million colour options inside the razer synapse software.
The material the laptop is having on outside is a aluminium unibody chassis just 0.88″ thin. It also uses a custom cooling design to spread out heat quickly to not create hot spots. Hopefully the laptop won’t be too loud. It has a side speaker as well.
It also comes with a massive 250W power adapter. This may not be your favourite travel companion but good for a complete PC setup in a small form factor. What do you think about the Razer Blade Pro?
This is clearly the most maxed out laptop I have ever written about. It truly got all you would need. But it also comes with a heavy price tag. A price tag that would give you two high end PC stations. So if it’s worth it is a good question. It will be if you will do a lot of professional work and need an on-the-go setup with you.