Razer Blade Pro Packs Desktop-Level Specs, Advanced Cooling System

When Razer rolls out something, be it a peripheral or a gaming laptop, it is definitely going to take notice thanks to its crafty design and popular RGB lightning system. The company has announced its Razer Blade Pro, which according to the company has been designed to give you a desktop-level computing experience when it comes to gaming. Featuring a 17.3-inch IGZO display with a 4K resolution, the gaming laptop does not boast any feature that adds bulks to it in any manner.

According to the company, the Razer Blade Pro [pictured above] features the industry?EU?s first ever low-profile mechanical keyboard. We?EU?ve seen several mechanical keys on gaming notebooks, but they add a lot of bulk to the notebook, so Razer has made a keyboard that will not only give you a sensation of a mechanical keyboard every time you press a key, it has done this while maintaining the sleekness of its gaming notebook. Underneath the powerful gaming laptop, you will find an Intel i7-6700HQ quad-core processor with an NVIDIA GTX 1080 present.

This definitely shows that you will enjoy playing on the 4K resolution and if next-generation gaming titles are too demanding, just dial that resolution down. Razer Blade Pro also sports a slew a ton of connectivity including USB-C and Thunderbolt 3 ports. Of course, you can view all the important hardware and specifications in the sheet below, but there?EU?s a ton of features present on the gaming notebook to make it as effective as a desktop replacement. However, to actually transform it into desktop replacement, you will need some serious cash to purchase it.

Unfortunately, Razer hasn?EU?t detailed on how much the base model going to cost, but according to Engadget, it could cost at least $3,699, which is far too steep. Still, if you demand the best and...

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