Classy, thin design, High refresh rate display, Loud, well-placed speakers, Razer fixed the shift key,
Low storage on all but top configuration, Shallow key travel, Similarly priced machines offer stronger gaming performance
I liked the Blade Pro 17 last year, and I like it even more this year. Razer not only kept the best parts of the laptop the same, but they also updated the hardware specs and screen, as well as the keyboard's layout. As a result, this outperforms the prev...
excellent build quality, good IO, improved keyboard layout and excellent trackpad, great 300 Hz IPS screen, performs well in combined loads, and OK in CPUheavy tasks, good internal temperatures, Balanced mode helps keep temperatures and noise at bay, easi...
runs hot and noisy when pushed to the max, slightly limited implementation of the 8Core i7 processor, 70Wh battery and short batterylife, expensive
Indeed, with the latest Intel CPUs and Nvidia GeForce RTX Super graphics silicon inside, Razer’s premium machine poses a serious threat to Apple’s finest – the 16in MacBook Pro.The Razer Blade Pro sits at the top of Razer’s range and is sold as a dual-pur...