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2015 Razer Blade specs review with staggering price

If you thought the Razer Blade gaming laptop was already good, then think again, as it has just got a whole lot better for 2015. However, with improvements comes a staggering price, although we are sure you hardcore gamers are more than happy to pay such prices?

There will be some of you that believe beating the 2014 Blade would be a tall order and so will be very hard to top. However, the guys over at Razer have worked their magic once again and so we suspect they have managed to come up with some much-needed improvements that will make it hard for you to keep hold of your money.

Review of the 2015 Razer Blade specs — There are two models to choose from, although it is the touchscreen model that is of most interest to us. The QHD+ Touch as it is known sports a 14-inch display with a resolution of 3,200 x 1,800.

2015 Razer Blade price

However, it is the all-powerful NVIDIA GeForce 970M GPU that steals the show with its Maxwell architecture because this laptop can now handle a whole lot more than last year’s model. Add to that the Intel Coreâ„¢ i7 Quad-Core processor complete with Hyper Threading up to 3.66 GHZ, 16GB of RAM and a choice of 128GB, 256GB and 521GB and what we have is a recipe for success.

This new model runs Windows 8.1, although we suspect it will prefer Windows 10 even more. And as for connections, you get 3 USB ports, and HDMI, and various others.

We cannot be certain what the 2015 Razer Blade battery life will be, although we are sure once the first hands-on reviews start to appear, we will then get our answer. Finally, the price, and you will pay $2,199 for the touchscreen model with 128GB of RAM, and $200 increments for the two other storage options.

For more detailed specifications we ask that you visit the Razer website.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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