The maker of gaming peripherals Razer announced at CES 2022 in Las Vegas the renovation of its notebook computers gaming high-end, Razer Blade. Retaining the slim design of its predecessors and with improved ventilation, the new equipment includes DDR5 memory (reaching clock speeds of up to 48,000 MHz), can be equipped with the graphical Nvidia RTX 3080 Ti 16GB and processor Intel Core i9-12900H 14-core, and they come with Windows 11 installed.
The Razer Blade 14 will be priced from 2199,99 And it can be reserved from February 10, with direct purchase in stores during the first quarter of the year. It can be customized with different processors AMD Ryzen 6000 (including the Ryzen 9 6900HX) and up to 16GB of DDR5 RAM. The team has a “switch MUX” which “provides a performance boost for gaming by using the GPU discreetly to drive games on the internal display,” according to the Razer press release. It has a fingerprint resistant coating and a Windows Hello compatible 1080p IR webcam.
The Blade 15 and 17 come with Intel Core H-Series de 12 generacin up to 5.0 GHz. Razer Blade 15 It can be booked from 2799,99 on January 25 and is expected to hit stores in the first quarter. It can be configured with three screens IPS type: a Full HD with a refresh rate of 360 Hz, another QHD of 240 Hz, and a UHD of 144 Hz. Finally, the Razer Blade 17 starting from 2999,99 (Pre-orders open Jan. 25) and features eight speakers, an 82 Wh internal battery, and a 280 W GaN charger.
All three models have multiple ports for connectivity and input: USB-C, HDMI 2.1, UHS-II SD card reader and others. The keyboards have been retouched to make the bigger keys and continue to feature Razer Chroma RGB technology. The speakers have the technology THX Spatial Audio, a spatial audio standard that can also be used when connecting any analog headset.
You can consult them technical specifications of each model (Blade 14, Blade 15, Blade 17) on the official Razer website, which at CES 2022 also announced a desktop for gamers and a smartwatch for gamers.