The Razer Blade Laptop is a top-tier gaming machine that combines powerful components with a design that’s sleek and portable. It’s expensive, but it’s worth it for gamer who want a premium device that doesn’t weigh them down or overwhelm their desk. Our review unit comes equipped with an AMD Ryzen 9 6900HX CPU, NVIDIA GeForce RTX graphics, 16GB memory, and 1TB storage. It can be configured with a higher-res display and memory for an even more immersive experience.
Powered by GeForce RTX graphics
The Razer Blade Laptop is a premium gaming machine that packs plenty of power and features NVIDIA GeForce RTX graphics. It can deliver up to 35% more graphic power per inch3 than any other 16-inch gaming laptop. Depending on the configuration, you can get up to an Intel Core i9 processor with up to 24 cores and 32 threads, NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4070 or RTX 4060 graphics, 16GB of DDR5 RAM, and 1TB PCIe SSD storage. It also includes a Mini LED display with UHD+ 120Hz and FHD+ 240Hz native resolutions. It has Thunderbolt, DP 1.4, and USB-A 3.2 Gen 2 ports as well as HDMI 2.1 and an SD card reader.
Powered by a 10th Gen Intel® CoreTM i7 processor
The 10th Gen Intel® CoreTM i7 processor delivers incredible power and speed. Its Boost mode in Razer Synapse software can intelligently provide up to 110W of additional performance for compute-intensive tasks. Powered by NVIDIA GeForce RTX graphics, this laptop offers up to 25% faster visuals for gaming and creative applications. The 15.6″ 144Hz thin bezel, Full HD display has a factory-calibrated color gamut and support for up to 100% sRGB for accurate, vibrant images.
Powered by a 256GB NVMe SSD
When it comes to performance, the 256GB NVMe SSD in this model is among the fastest we’ve seen on a Razer laptop. Its read speed is almost double the 512GB NVMe SSD we tested on the Stealth Thin, while its write speeds were more than triple the 256GB SSD in the Hero II. The Blade 15 isn’t the lightest or smallest gaming laptop we’ve reviewed, but it can take on the competition with ease thanks to an Intel 12th Gen CPU and GeForce RTX graphics. Battery life is also pretty decent.
Powered by a 512GB M.2 SSD
Unlike the smaller 15-inch models, this model of the Razer Blade Laptop has a pair of M.2 slots, each of which is populated with a 512GB M.2 SSD. The drive is fast enough that you shouldn’t have to worry about running out of space on the machine.
Moreover, the drive comes with a fingerprint-resistant coating which helps minimize taps and light touches on it. This is great for gamers who don’t want their gaming laptops to scream “gaming” when they’re not in use.
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Powered by a 1TB SATA SSD
The Razer Blade Laptop offers a 1TB SATA SSD for those who want more performance from their gaming device. You can easily replace your existing hard drive with the new one. You can also use the SSD as an additional storage space to add more files, movies, or music. Just make sure you have enough space to fit it in the laptop.
Powered by a 1TB HDD
The 1TB HDD on the Razer Blade Laptop is more than enough storage for your games and videos. The Blade is available in a range of configurations, including the “Base” Dual Storage model, which starts at $1,599 (PS1, 479, AU$2,499) and comes with a 128GB SSD and a 1TB HDD. The screen on the Razer Blade is fairly accurate, hitting 0.3 on the Delta-E test, which is a decent score for gaming panels. That’s much better than the Alienware x15 and Lenovo Legion 5 Pro, but it doesn’t quite reach 100% coverage of the DCI-P3 color gamut.