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Razer's latest notebook is a mobile gaming powerhouse

When you wish your MacBook Pro was a little more gaming friendly.
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Razer's next-generation gaming laptop has all the good looks of a comparable Apple product, but with all the muscle you need to play the latest gaming titles. Constructed from CNC-milled aluminum, the laptop comes in at just .7 inches and weighs just 4.25 lbs, but even in its svelte casing, it doesn't compromise on power.

The new Blade will be powered by Intel's latest Core i7 Quad-Core processor and it comes equipped with 16GB of RAM, a 256GB or 512GB SSD, and a GeForce GTX 970M with 6GB of GDDR5 VRAM. The display is sharp as a tack with a heavy dose of pixels from its 14" multi-touch 3200x1800 high resolution display, which will be a perfect complement to the GeForce GPU. 


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