Roger has unveiled his new Blade 17, which is equipped with it Gaming laptop With Intel’s 11th Gen CPUs and GVU front-end with Nvidia’s RTX 30 Series graphics card.
The refreshed Blade 17 is powered by Intel’s Core i9-11900H, which Roger notes is the latest Befest processor to be offered with the machine, an 8-core (16-thread) chip that Turbo capable up to 4.9GHz. Alternatively, the Core i7-11800H can be specified instead.
Up to Nvidia RTX 3080 When it comes to single graphics cards, this can be a choice, and Roger has also decided to introduce a fingerprint resistant coating with Blade 17. This means that fingerprint blurring on the chassis is a thing of the past. Very rare event).
Up to 4K touch screens on 17.3-inch displays, or with less refinement, can be recommended, with the refresh rate making gamers more likely to fall into: 1440p or 1080p. In addition, Thunderbolt 4 provides fast storage with connectivity (a 1TB SSD) and RAM (with 16GB and 32GB options).
Roger mentioned adding a better 1080p webcam, with even better mps (four instead of two). The laptop also comes with four (top) firearms, which provide meter sound twice a day.
The gaming laptop’s touchpad has been developed with improved palm refusal, and Roger’s vapor chamber cooling has been shown to be more efficient, and these powerful components have helped to keep the lid on the temperature.
Note that the current Blade 15 base model has also been updated so it can now be loaded (and equipped with Core i7-11800H CPU). RTX 3070 GPU).
The Blade 15 Base is priced at 69,699.99 or 7,799.99, and the new Roger Blade 17 starts at £ 2,399.99 or 2,399.99, with both now pre-ordered Razer’s site.