Razer is coming up with a new laptop that is quite expensive and actually introduces a new feature: an OLED display with a 240 Hertz refresh rate. In addition, the device has high-end features.
At the end of the year, computer and accessory maker Razer will launch a laptop with a price tag of $3,500. This was converted to 3,324 Euros excluding VAT. For this amount you get a good product. Under the hood, the laptop has a twelve-generation Intel Core i9 12900H processor and a graphics card developed specifically for laptops, namely the Nvidia RTX 3070 Ti.
The unique part of this laptop is its 15.6 inch OLED screen and QHD resolution. This display has a refresh rate of 240 Hertz (240 images per second) and a response time of 1 ms. In addition, the display supports 100 percent of the DCI-P3 color spectrum. With a maximum brightness of 400 nits, you won’t be playing fast in the sun, but playing games indoors with a power outlet is still better for your mental state.
High price, great features
In addition to the features already mentioned, we also find 32 GB DDR5 RAM, 1 TB solid state drive (SSD) and an extra M.2 slot where you can put your own SSD. On the sides we find several openings, namely Thunderbolt 4, USB-C, USB-A and HDMI port. Finally, there is an SD card slot, so you don’t have to buy any accessories for it. Very handy for the photography enthusiasts among us.
The previous version of the Razer Blade 15 with the addition of Advanced gave consumers the choice between a 4K OLED display or a 240 Hertz refresh rate. This time you don’t have to choose and you get an OLED display with a 240 Hertz refresh rate. You’re sacrificing something in terms of resolution, but the big question is always whether that matters on smaller screens. In any case, it doesn’t have to be an argument not to choose this laptop.
With this laptop and a laptop the company has offered before, Razer is taking little risk across its range. The Razer Blade 17, released in February, also has incremental updates like the Blade 15. The minimum price of this laptop is $2,400, and when you add a 144 Hertz 4k panel, you can go up to $4,300. Intel Core i9-12900H and GeForce RTX 3080 Ti.
Source: Computer Totaal
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