What gaming laptops have less and less to envy to desktop systems It is something that, with equipment like the Razer Blade 15, is becoming increasingly clear. And it is that if a few years ago trying to enjoy a next-generation game on a laptop was somewhat unfeasible, for some time now we can find laptops with surprising performance and that allow us to play the latest triple A with very, very high image quality settings.
With the revision of the previous generation of the Razer Blade 15, whose arrival on the market is scheduled for the end of the year, we have a perfect example of this, and also with a very interesting innovation, a OLED screen with QHD resolution (2,560 x 1,440 points) and a refresh rate of 240 hertz, which will be complemented by two other options: FullHD at 360 hertz and UHD at 144 hertz. Thus, according to the manufacturer, we find ourselves with the first laptop with a 240 QHD OLED screen on the market.
As for the performance of its screen, the OLED panel mounted on the Razer Blade 15 reaches a 400 nits typical brightnessto which we must add the support of the 100% DCI-P3 color space. Thus, we are not only talking about a laptop more than suitable for gamers looking for high performance. It is also a highly recommended option for content creators and designers for whom image quality, sharpness and speed is a key factor in their daily lives.
Just looking at its screen it is already clear that we are talking about a high-end computer, so inside the Razer Blade 15 we will find a careful selection of components that put the epicenter on performance, starting with its processor, an Intel Core i9-12900H, a twelfth generation chip with fourteen cores, six performance and eight efficiency, offering a total of 20 threads and a speed of up to 5 gigahertz, with 24 megabytes of L3 cache. Next to it we will find a graphic adapter NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 Ti Mobile, one of the best options of its generation.
The rest of the components of the Razer Blade 15 are not weak either, and it is that in the RAM memory section, we find ourselves 32 gigabytes of DDR5 memorysomething still rare among laptops and, how could it be otherwise, one terabyte of high-speed SSD storage, which we can expand thanks to an M.2 slot intended for this purpose. It comes complete with Thunderbolt 4 connectivity, USB-C, USB-A, full-size SD card reader, and an HDMI port.
The arrival on the market of the new Razer Blade 15 will take place during the fourth quarter of this yearand its recommended price is $3,499.99which is more than reasonable if we take into account its specifications.
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