For the next month or so, we will be seeing more RTX powered notebooks hitting the shelves, but first lets have a look at Razer’s Blade 15 that features Nvidia’s Turing based graphics.
No introduction is required for the Razer Blade 15, many already know the capability and its proven pedigree now just imagine the dynamism with RTX graphics in them. There will be variety in options ranging from GeForce RTX 2060 up to a GeForce RTX 2080 with Max-Q design. All configurations are will be available with an Intel Core i7-8750H 6 core processor and 16 GB of DDR4 2667 MHz dual-channel memory, fast SSD storage, a Windows Hello capable IR face camera and per-key RGB Chroma lighting, all within the space of a 15.6-inch gaming laptop.
For those who prefer tinkering, the Razer Blade 15 Advanced Model offers customers to choose their configurations from GPUs, either a 144Hz Full HD or 4K Touch 15.6-inch display, and expandable memory and storage.
Now if those are not compelling reasons to upgrade from the moldy notebook you’ve been carrying around and calling it your gaming weapon, maybe the price will, Razer Blade 15 starts from $1,599 for the Base Model with GeForce GTX graphics. GeForce RTX equipped Advanced Models from $2,299.
And for limited time, all new Blade 15 GeForce RTX laptops will come with up to two games, Battlefield V and Anthem, at selected regions.