Most of us would likely agree that the Razer Blade family of gaming notebooks are among the best in the business. They're reasonably thin and light, given the kind of horsepower they pack under the hood. And if you're itching to get one for yourself, Razer has just given you at least a couple of new reasons to pick up the Razer Blade 2017.
The form factor remains unchanged, so you still get the sleek black gaming notebook with the obvious Razer branding on the back. Pop the sucker open, though, and you'll be treated to several new upgrades. Don't like being stuck with mere full HD 1080p? No problem. The Razer Blade 2017 has an option to upgrade to a 4K UHD display instead.
Need more oomph to power that higher resolution display? The 14-inch Razer Blade 2017 has also been upgraded with a new 7th generation Intel Core i7 quad-core processor (Kaby Lake), plus NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 graphics. It's not quite the GTX 1070 or the GTX 1080, but it's not like the GTX 1060 is a slouch either. You also get faster memory, all in a unibody CNC aluminum chassis that measures a mere 0.70 inches thick and weigh less than four pounds.
Pricing starts at $1,899 US and it starts shipping today in select markets via Razerzone.com. Check the video and press release for more information.