Razer's new Blade laptops dish out desktop-grade performance

The MacBook Pro of gaming laptops gets a series of upgrades.
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If you want equal parts design and performance when it comes to a gaming laptop, it's hard to beat Razer's sleek offerings. This month, they're announcing some big upgrades for both their laptops: the Blade and Blade Stealth. 

The full-sized Blade will now feature NVIDIA's Pascal architecture that will let you enjoy your games at their full quality settings in a laptop that's just 0.7 inches thin. For their Blade Stealth ultrabook it will get a 15% boost in battery life, 7th Generation Intel Core processor options, up to 1 TB of PCIe SSD storage, and up to 16GB of RAM. 

From $999, razerzone.com

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