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A quick look at the new Razer Blade 15.6” gaming laptop

8 monthes ago   |   By Windows

Sporting a large 15.6” edge-to-edge display with an ultra-responsive 144Hz Full HD panel, experience smoother visuals like never before and gain the advantage over the competition. Armed with the new 8th Gen Intel Core i7 processor with 6 Cores and up to an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Max-Q Design VR ready graphics, the new Razer Blade delivers even more power per cubic inch to dominate the most demanding games and applications in an ultra-thin, precision crafted CNC aluminum chassis.
With Windows 10, this laptop comes with simple, built-in Mixer streaming for low-latency, interactive moments...
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The Razer Core X eGPU launches with Mac support for $299

The Razer Core X eGPU launches with Mac support for $299

8 monthes ago   |   By iMore

Known for PC gaming in particular, Razer has a brand new eGPU product launching that will also support the Mac.
For PC gaming fans, the big deal with the Razer Core X is its new, lower $299 asking price compared to the Core V2. While this is still the target market, Razer has built in support for the Mac with the Core X.
If you're hunting for a Mac-friendly eGPU, you just found it.
How to use an eGPU with a Mac: The Ultimate Guide
Hardware wise, the Core X is essentially just a black metal box. There's a single large fan on the side, and the unit comes with a standard sized 650W power...
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The New Razer Blade 2018: Beauty and Power

The New Razer Blade 2018: Beauty and Power

8 monthes ago   |   By Ubergizmo

The Razer Blade has had a unique style for the past five years, but this 2018 Edition takes things to the next level. The display size goes from 14” to 15.6”, yet the overall size of the laptop is a little bit smaller. Razer calls it the smallest 15.6” gaming laptop, a claim that seems legitimate. The new form factor is made possible by the thin-bezel display. Bezels are partly responsible for how wide and long a laptop is and reducing them on the left, and right sides is critical to reducing the computer size. Here, Razer has been able to shrink the volume by ~3% while increasing the...
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Razer Launches The Razer Blade 15.6

Razer Launches The Razer Blade 15.6

8 monthes ago   |   By Anand Tech

Today Razer is taking the wraps off a new model in their lineup. The Razer Blade 15.6 slots in between the Razer Blade 14 and the Razer Blade Pro, and boasts some features we've not seen in the rest of their lineup yet. They'll be offering it in a variety of configurations, with different displays, and either a NVIDIA GTX 1060 Max-Q, or GTX 1070 Max-Q GPU.
Razer has done a fantastic job of taking their best-in-class CNC aluminum chassis and evolving it to keep it fresh. With the 15.6, it's what you'd expect in a Razer Blade: thin and light. It also boasts some very narrow bezels, at just...
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Razer Launches Core X TB3 eGFX Enclosure: Cost-Down Version Complements Core v2

Razer Launches Core X TB3 eGFX Enclosure: Cost-Down Version Complements Core v2

8 monthes ago   |   By Anand Tech

Razer launched the Core v2 eGFX enclosure in Q4 2017. It came with a unique industrial design and dual Thunderbolt 3 controllers that justified its price premium over other eGFX enclosures. Today, coinciding with the introduction of the Razer Blade 15.6, Razer is launching the Core X eGFX enclosure.
The Razer Core X does away with the bells and whistles of the Core v2 - the chassis is more economical to manufacture, thanks to a simpler industrial design. The second Thunderbolt 3 controller is gone, as are the I/O extension ports - the Core X serves as a eGFX enclosure and supports only a...
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The Razer Blade sees its first redesign in five years

The Razer Blade sees its first redesign in five years

8 monthes ago   |   By Tech Radar

The 14-inch Razer Blade practically reshaped the gaming laptop landscape when it first dropped in 2013 as a thin but capable machine, and now after five years its finally getting its first major redesign. For starters the 14-inch Razer Blade is now a 15-inch gaming laptop and amazingly it's actually 3% smaller. While the 15.6-inch display lends this gaming machine 20% more viewable space, Razer has also shrunken down the bezels to a mere 4.9mm. On top of all this, the Razer Blade gains an additional Full HD 144Hz panel option along with it more typical Full HD and 4K displays, and they're...
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First Look: Razer Core X

First Look: Razer Core X

8 monthes ago   |   By Tech Radar

Razer doesn't scrimp on the internal specs of its premium Razer Blade gaming laptops - but it still likes to keep them slick and thin rather than some of its rivals' humongous fan-sporting competition. Extra space affords extra power, however, which is why Razer is introducing the Razer Core X, a plug-and-play external graphics card enclosure to boost the gaming potential of its laptop range. The Core X joins the existing Razer Core V2 in the company's external GPU case range, but can be considered a stripped-down, bare-bones version focusing on graphics performance rather than the bells...
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Razer Launches New Core X External Graphics Enclosure, Adds Mac Support to Razer Core Lineup

Razer Launches New Core X External Graphics Enclosure, Adds Mac Support to Razer Core Lineup

8 monthes ago   |   By Mac Rumors

Razer today announced the launch of its latest external graphics enclosure, the Core X , and alongside the debut of the new accessory, the company is also adding Mac support to its enclosure lineup.
Both the new Core X and the existing Core V2 and Core V1 external graphics enclosures are now compatible with all Macs that offer support for Thunderbolt 3, including the MacBook Pro, iMac, and iMac Pro.
The Razer Core X, which also works with Windows machines, has been designed based on customer feedback Razer received after releasing the Core V2. Users wanted a wider external graphics...
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Razer debuts smallest 15.6-inch gaming laptop and Core X graphics

Razer debuts smallest 15.6-inch gaming laptop and Core X graphics

8 monthes ago   |   By VentureBeat

Razer is pushing forward on laptop gaming with a pair of sexy products for gamers. It is unveiling a new version of the Razer Blade gaming laptop, which the company describes as the world's smallest 15.6-inch gaming laptop. And it is launching a new Razer Core X external graphics enclosure, which can boost the gaming performance of the laptop...
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