|Standing screen display size||15.6 Inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||1920x1080 Pixels|
|Graphics Coprocessor||NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||8|
|Number of USB 3.0 Ports||3|
Razer Blade 15: World's Smallest 15.6" Gaming Laptop - 60Hz Full HD Thin Bezel - 8th Gen Intel Core i7-8750H 6 Core - NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 Max-Q - 16GB RAM - 256GB SSD - Windows 10 - CNC Aluminum
|Display Size||15.6 Inches|
|Operating System||Windows 10 Home|
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- 15. 6” 60Hz Full HD edge-to-edge display (4. 9mm bezels), color calibrated
- Thin and compact, durable CNC aluminum anybody (0. 68” x 9. 25” x 13. 98”)
- 8th Gen Intel Core i7-8750H 6 core Processor
- NVidia GeForce GTX 1060 Max-Q design VR Ready Graphics
- Innovative vapor chamber cooling System with gaming Mode power boost
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Ultra Fast. Ultra Small. Ultra Powerful.
The Razer Blade is one of the smallest 15.6” gaming laptops, striking the perfect balance of power and portability. We’ve redesigned the laptop to be more compact yet contain even more power and features. The larger, near-bezeless 15.6” Full HD display stretches edge-to-edge and features 60Hz refresh rates, while the 8th gen Intel Core i7 6-Core processor and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 Max-Q design graphics deliver amazing performance and frame rates.
Visuals & Precision Crafted
The 15.6” Full HD display is factory calibrated for accuracy and flanked by class-leading 4.9mm thin bezels, pushing the visual experience to the edge. Milled out of a solid block of aluminum, the Razer Blade 15 delivers a thin and sturdy chassis, with the most compact footprint.
Packed With Power
With the VR Ready NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 graphics with Max-Q design, use the latest creative apps to edit, render, and transcode videos smooth and fast. Maximize the 60Hz Full HD display and experience the smoothest and most immersive gameplay ever.
Built For Performance
Powered by the 8th gen Intel Core i7-8750H 6-Core processor, the Razer Blade is ready for mega-tasking workloads like simultaneously playing, streaming, and recording gameplay.
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Ultra fast. Ultra small. Ultra powerful. The new Razer Blade is the world's smallest 15. 6” Gaming Laptop, striking the perfect balance of power and portability. We've redesigned the award-winning laptop to be more compact yet contain even more power and features. The larger, near-bezels 15. 6” display stretches edge-to-edge and is available with 60Hz Full refresh rates. Perfect for gamers, content creators, and mobile professionals alike. 15. 6" Gaming Laptop - 15. 6" 60Hz Full HD (Core i7-8750H, 16GB RAM, 256GB SSD, GeForce GTX 1060 Max-Q).
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The build quality is phenomenal. It is very thin, and lightweight. Unfortunately the body is a fingerprint magnet, so a skin is needed if you do not want fingerprints all over. The charging brick is good quality, and has braided cable. The charging port is deep, and has potential to be snagged, bringing the laptop with it, so care is required if charging in a high traffic area. The speakers are good quality for the thin build.
The screen is great. It has a small bezel, and the 720p webcam is located at the top of the screen, rather than at the hinge like most similar “bezel-less” laptops. It has a FHD 60Hz screen that looks great, and has excellent color. I do not have any backlight issues on my particular laptop.
The keyboard is good quality with adjustable brightness, and can be individually RGB lit. The only issue is the odd key placement around the arrow keys: it shortens the right shift and slightly moves the “?/“ key. The touchpad can be set up to behave exactly like a MacBook’s trackpad, which I consider to have the best trackpad. The Razer Blade’s trackpad is just a step below it, but still very good. It takes some getting used to in order to stop accidentally hitting it with your palms.
While gaming, the laptop can get very hot, and due to the aluminum body, can start to burn your lap, so definitely recommended to play games on a table or placemat. Personally, I got my computer to max out at 88C with undervolting -150 CPU, and -125 Cache, and limiting CPU speed to 36GHz. I am sure I could get it to run cooler with more tweaking. The fans are also quite loud, so if the noise bothers you a headset is necessary.
The battery life is understandably small, due to the small laptop size. It lasts about 6 hours with internet use (playing videos, browsing sites). When playing a game (tested with Monster Hunter: World) it lasts about 2 hours.
Overall I am very pleased with my laptop, but I have been fortunate enough to not have any issues.
- Great build quality
- Great specs
- Lightweight, sturdy
- Good speakers
- Great tiny bezel screen with good camera placement
- Good trackpad
- Good RGB backlit keyboard with adjustable brightness
- Runs hot
- Charging cable isn’t easily detached (snags could drag your laptop with it)
- keyboard key placement takes getting used to
- Small battery life (compared to regular laptops)
- Loud fans
All in all its a great and beautiful machine when it works, but if something goes wrong be ready to go through hell.
I can't complain. Yes, the battery power kinda sucks and I do work remote, but the power cable is great (bulky sure but great) and I can also plug into my car with adapter (and most coffee shops have plenty of outlets) so I'm not salty about it that much.
Design, look, and feel is great. Of course, everyone knows it's a gamer laptop so whatever - I can always bring my old Mac Air for show when meeting with clients. I'm not a coder so it doesn't matter. Besides, Microsoft realizes it is losing to all the developers so they may catch up. Who knows?
GREAT FOR GAMING, 'nuff said.
Whelp I was not lucky enough. Just gaming the CPU hits consistently 100c and the GPU 85c. Mind you not just hitting those temps as package or core highs every once in while. It pegs a few seconds at a time. This dramatically disrupted it's intended use for gaming.
After about a week of reading all the pains of the RMA process, I requested replacement from Amazon. In short, the same issues. So instead of trying to find a Unicorn, I started a return with Amazon.
Now, I have never had an issue with Amazon. Not for anything. Apparently though, high value returns, well...the process sours my view of customer value. I am 7 calls deep, with 3 emails stating the same thing about getting my refund.
Still waiting. (will update if Amazon comes through or if I need to go an alternate route)
Overall, one of the worst experiences I have had with a product and with Amazon.
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I originally purchased a Dell XPS 15, but although when coming up on many Google searches as one of the best laptops out there for music production, I only discovered afterward that it has severe dpc latency issues that are known to Dell and a fix has yet to come. So I returned it and after much deliberation and almost $1000 more, purchased the Razer Blade 15. I really did like the XPS 15, especially at the price point but the Razer Blade is flawless for music production. It's also a much better looking laptop than the XPS in my opinion. On the Razer I prefer the screen, keyboard, touchpad, build (feels as though it's built like a tank), cooling capability (and quiet!), and of course no issue with music production (using a Universal Audio Arrow as my interface). A couple things I preferred on the XPS...price point, slightly thinner, fingerprint scanner and better batter life. However, I am now getting great battery life out of the Razer. I did a clean windows install from a bootable usb drive then updated drivers and only installed what I wanted...some might think it's a pain but I prefer to do this on any new comp I purchase. I also disabled Synapse as I read it's a real power suck. Now I'm getting almost the same amount of battery life as the XPS.
Sorry I can't really give a review on the gaming capabilities since I'm not much of a gamer, but I'm sure there's a ton of good stuff online about that. For my uses (music production and constant web surfing, videos, etc.) it is amazing!!!
Update: Spoke with a manager and sent my laptop in, they replaced the screen even though it was 1 month out of warranty, updating rating. The fan noise is still a problem to make it a true gaming computer that you can take to work/school, but if you're looking for a laptop that can play latest games, this is a great one.