Razer Blade Pro Specification

Razer Blade Pro PRICE
CPU 2.9-GHz Intel Core i7-7820HK processor
●Operating System Windows 10 Home
●Hard Drive Size Dual 256GB
●Hard Drive Type M.2 PCIe SSD
●Drive Size 1TB
●Drive Speed 7200
●Display Size 17.3
●Highest Available Resolution 3840 x 2160
●Graphics Card Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 GPU
●Video Memory 8GB
●Wi-Fi 802.11a/b/g/n/ac
●Wi-Fi Model Killer Wireless-n/a/ac-1535
●Bluetooth Bluetooth 4.1
●Ports (excluding USB) microSD Ports (excluding USB) Proprietary Ports (excluding USB) security lock slot Ports (excluding USB) USB 3.0 Ports (excluding USB) Thunderbolt 3 Ports (excluding USB) Gigabit Ethernet Ports (excluding USB) HDMI 2.0 Ports (excluding USB) Headset USB Ports 4
●Card Slots 3-1 card reader
●Size 16.7 x 11 x 0.88 inches
●Weight 7.7 pounds
The Razer Blade Pro is Slim, with attractive chassis, and a Choice between a 4K Nvidia G-Sync display and 1080p panel with 120Hz refresh rate; Great overall and graphics performance; Excellent sound; 1080p version has a super-comfortable, customizable keyboardThanks to its over clocked Core i7 processor and Nvidia 1080 graphics, the Razer Blade Pro is one of world’s thinnest and most powerful gaming laptops.  The center of the laptop’s lid is slightly recessed, creating a pair of subtle ridges that help accentuate the glimmering emerald three- headed snake emblem. The system’s interior offers more ebony aluminum, with the center of the deck housing the full-size keyboard and rather large touchpad in a slightly recessed compartment. A power button sits at top center on the device, daring you to press it. Along the right is a USB 3.0 port, Thunderbolt 3, a card reader, an HDMI 2.0 port and a Kensington security lock slot. There are two more USB 3.0 ports on the left along with a Gigabit Ethernet port, a headset jack and a proprietary power jack. At 7.7 pounds, the 16.7 x 11 x 0.89-inch Blade Pro is still the slimmest and lightest 17-inch gaming laptop in the land. The $3,999 Razer Blade Pro was already a superb notebook for gaming, VR and content creation. The desktop replacement delivered a beautiful 4K Nvidia G-Sync display, great graphics and overall performance into one of the thinnest, lightest chassis we’ve seen on a system this size. This time around, Razer’s improved on a few things, upgrading to an over clocked Intel “Kaby Lake” Core i7 processor and adding THX-certification to its display and audio — making it the first mobile device to hold the title.
The Blade pro comes in full HD (1920 x 1080), a first for this iteration of the desktop replacement.  The 1080p panel has a 120Hz refresh rate. It’s not Nvidia’s G-Sync technology, but you should still get some lovely graphics. The blade can reproduce 178 percent of the sRGB gamut, and emits 334 nits of brightest.
The blade has 1 millimeter of key travel (between 1.5 and 2mm is ideal) with 71 grams of actuation (60 grams is the minimum), with keyboard light. And a huge 4 x 3.3-inch touchpad that is set on the right of the keyboard, which takes some, getting used to.
The blade Pro comes with Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 GPU with 8GB of VRAM, the most powerful GPU you can get in a laptop. While, the 1080p version rocks a GeForce GTX 1060 GPU with 6GB of VRAM. With these specifications, you can get a good gaming and graphics performance. The 1080p model also got a boost with a 2.8-GHz Intel Core i7-7700HQ processor with 16GB or RAM. But the laptop lasts for one hour after a full charge.
You’ll see only a few bloatware apps, including Facebook, Fallout Shelter, Twitter and Drawboard PDF. Buyers of the system also will be eligible for a free download of FL Studio 12 Producer Edition, a professional music production suite. The Blade pro comes with some apps like Killer Network Manager, which lets you configure your Wi-Fi card so you can obtain optimal performance. You also get Nvidia’s GeForce Experience, which has a suite of game-centric software, including Shadow play recording software. Game Optimization automatically tweaks in-game settings to get the best performance and frame rates. The Razer Blade Pro ships with a one-year limited warranty that includes parts and labor. See how Razer fared during our Tech Support Showdown as well as our Best and Worst Laptop Brands and Best and Worst Gaming Laptop Brands.

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