|Screen Size||14 Inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||1920x1080 Pixels|
|Graphics Coprocessor||NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970M|
|Number of USB 3.0 Ports||3|
Razer Blade 14-Inch Full HD Gaming Laptop ( Intel Core i7-4720HQ 2.6 GHz Processor, 256GB SSD, 8GB DDR3L RAM, GTX 970M, Windows 10)
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Measuring just 0.70-inches thin, with a stunning QHD+ display and double the system memory, the Razer Blade packs more power per cubic inch than ever before. Driven by a new quad-core Intel Core i7 processor, the latest NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970M graphics and preloaded with Windows 10, the Razer Blade remains the thinnest, lightest and most powerful 14-inch gaming laptop in the world.
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Never again will we own a Razer machine. Peripherals, sure. But machine? NO way.
Again I use this laptop quite a lot and that will undoubtedly put extra stress on it but I do take very good care of my electronics, especially the expensive things, yet only 6 months after buying it new I already have a little neon green dead pixel and have experienced quite a few crashes. The crashes though usually would happen when I had several things running and I alt-tabbed out of a game, my theory being it had something to do with its ram allocation and how it focuses its ram and vram memory on the more intensive program, the game, and there is probably a way to address this but I wouldn't know how. The final negative is that it can get quite hot and to help this the fans speed up and can be a bit noisy, but the heat you likely wont notice much if your fingers are only on they keys and the fan noise is a result of the fact that this very powerful computer is in such a thin, light, and well constructed body, something I value and see as a worthy trade off. And a last note, the battery life is fine, gaming computers are going to have shorter unplugged lives but it has never been an issue for me as a student.
Overall, while there are some things that I was disappointed about and didn't like seeing from such an expensive product, I would still highly recommend this computer, its that good. And if you do have any problems the razer support told me they would fix it and ship it back free of charge in a week if I boxed it and sent it to their site in cali, but as sad as it is, as a student with my school, work, and entertainment life on here I can't really afford to do that at the moment, a shame there isn't a closer place or a deal with best buy or somewhere where they can help me out too.
Dope laptop, thumbs up
And then it died completely and since then it's been two weeks of dealing with completely inept customer support at Razer only to get back a "repaired" laptop that also doesn't work.
And we are unable to get a response or a resolution.
Worst purchase I've ever made
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Touch screen and QHD are big plus. My fingers keep touching the touchpad while I'm writing something but I managed to disable the touchpad while using mouse, so it is okay right now.
It is lightweight! I'm really surprised how light this laptop is considering what contains inside. Amazing!
Battery life is very good as well.
- Track pad: smooth, responsive, and fairly accurate, which you would expect at this price point. I would still say it is above average though.
- Keyboard: satisfying amount of click and key travel when you type, but is not excessively loud.
- Screen: performance and graphics are great, as you would expect with all that power under the hood. The display is beautiful! Games, photos, and any other content look bright, clear, with vivid coloring. Keep in mind; however, it does have a glossy finish so there is a bit of glare/reflection sometimes. It has not bothered me much though.
- Price: point is a little high, but you are paying for a powerful gaming lap top that is attractive and VERY compact. Yes you can find a decently capable machine for less money, but will it look cool, be able to handle GTA V in HD, and be as light/thin? No, probably not. I would personally never pays this much or more for a mac book pro, for example, given that they have less impressive parts under the hood...
The only two negative points I can think of are that the mat black surface shows finger prints, which do wipe away easily, and that it gets quite hot when you are gaming. However, that is expected when you have all of those components housed in a compact brushed aluminum. That being said, the fans aren't overly loud at least. My Xbox 360 is much louder...
To summarize my rant, this is a great buy for the performance and portability you get!
The only weakness this machine has is ... Windows. Although Windows 10 is a significant step forward, it still retains some of the invasive nuisances of its predecessors and lacks in the richness of the Apple ecosystem.
But for someone who is looking for portable gaming, and style while doing this, this product has no equal in my opinion.
packaging was great, safely delivered
bit pricey, but worth the money for how light it is
256 GB 7200 rpm 256 GB solid-state drive
This suggests that there are 2 storage disks, one 256GB non-SSD disk and one 256GB SSD disk. This would give a total of 512GB storage. However this system only comes with a SSD of 256GB size. I was disappointed as I was expecting two separate 256GB disks.