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Razer Blade Laptops Updated With Nvidia's RTX 3000 GPUs


Razer Blade Pro 17 (Credit: Razer)

Razer’s 15-inch and 17-inch laptops are getting a graphics upgrade with Nvidia’s newly announced RTX 3000 mobile GPUs. 

The next-generation graphics technology is coming to the Blade 15 and Blade Pro 17, which are slated to go on sale in the coming weeks. You’ll be able to buy the laptops with an RTX 3060 up to an RTX 3080. 

The other notable change deals with the display options. For the first time, the Blade 15 Advanced model can be purchased with a 360Hz 1080p panel for an even higher refresh rate over the existing 300Hz screen. Interested customers can also choose to buy the laptop with a 240Hz 1440p panel that comes with Nvidia’s G-Sync technology. 

Razer Blade Pro 17

Razer Blade 15 (Credit: Razer)

The Blade Pro 17 is also getting three new display options: 1080p at 360Hz, 1440p at 165Hz, and 4K at 120Hz. However, the CPUs onboard the laptop models will remain the same and use Intel’s 10th generation Core i7 processors. 

The company is marketing the products to customers looking for a compact, but powerful gaming laptop that measures 0.78 inches in thickness. The Blade 15 Advanced Model is also going to support the new Wi-Fi 6E standard. 

The refreshed Razer Blade 15 will start at $1,699, equipped with an RTX 3060 GPU and a 144Hz 1080p screen. The Blade 17 Pro, meanwhile, will start at $2,299, using the same discrete graphics card. 

Blade 15 SpecsBlade 15 Advanced Model SpecsRazer Blade 17 Pro Specs

(Credit: Razer)

The new products will be available for pre-order starting today on Razer.com. The Blade 15 is slated to go on sale Jan. 26 while the Advanced Model is scheduled to start shipping in February. Expect the 17-inch model to land during this year’s first quarter.

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