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Razor Blade Advanced 15 comes with 11th Gen Intel H-series CPUs and will be available next month!
The Razer Blade 15 Advanced (also the high end version of the Blade 15 Base Model) will ve updated with the the much powerful 11th Gen Intel H-series CPUs. The latest arrivals has a sleek, minimalist design for gamers who prefer a subdued chassis. Now, the Blade 15 Advanced is getting a processor upgrade that is making us salivate over its potential gaming vigor. Razer claims that the updated Blade 15 Advanced gaming laptop is still the "best, thinnest and fastest" on the market.
The updated Blade 15 Advanced can be configured up to 11th Gen Intel Core i9 H-series CPUs, up to 32GB of RAM (expandable by up to 64GB), up 1TB of PCIe SSD storage (expandable up to 4TB), and up to an Nvidia RTX 3080 GPU with 16GB of VRAM.
Razer reported that the Blade 15 Advanced is the world's thinnest RTX gaming laptop. It is only 0.6 inches thick. The Blade 15's dusky chassis retained its urbane, refined design with that pop of emerald many gamers love thanks to the eye-catching Razer logo. Razer said the Blade 15 Advanced, made of CNC aluminum with a durable anodized finish where it is crafted with precision. Say bye to fingerprints on laptops as the chassis from this latest arrival of Razer comes with an anti-fingerprint coating
The Blade 15 Advanced sports a 15.6-inch display. Screen options include a 360Hz display with a 2ms response rate, a 240Hz QHD display with a 2.5ms response rate, and a 4K AMOLED display with a 1ms response rate. The bezel at the display is at 4.9mm thin which allows ample room for gaming screen real estate that makes way for a 1080p webcam placement, a nice departure from the sea of 720p cameras on the market. The Blade 15 Advanced comes with per-key RGB lighting and anti-ghosting technology as well as two speakers flank with the island-style keyboard so you can enjoy top-firing sound while playing your favorite games.
Razer boasts that the Blade 15 Advanced has lots and lots of ports, as mentioned by Razer which includes two Thunderbolt 4 ports, an SD card reader, a USB Type-C port, two USB Type-A ports and an HDMI 2.1 output.
From the price stand point, The Razer Blade 15 Advanced starts at $2,229, while the highest end configuration will be packed with a 4K OLED display at cost a hefty price of $3,339. The refreshed gaming rig will be available for pre-order on May 17 via the Razer Store will hit store shelves in June.
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