Introducing the new Razer Blade Pro 17 Gaming laptop which takes transportable gaming higher than ever with a striking Full HD (1920 x 1080px) display, and a 240Hz refresh rate, providing continuous gaming in a remarkably thin form factor with thin bezels. Constructed with a Six-Core ninth Gen Intel Core i7 processor and NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 graphics card with Max-Q Design for remarkable gaming. With dual-channel memory and 512GB NVMe SSD, both distribute a powerful performance. Featuring Thunderbolt™ 3 so you can easily plug in your outer gadgets and set up your workspace in a hurry. The Razer per-key backlit keyboard highlights Razer Chroma software allowing you to alter your keyboard keys individually with Razer Synapse 3 for spectacular RGB lighting and impacts.
Processor: Intel Core i7-9750H (2.6 GHz base frequency, up to 4.5 GHz base with Intel Turbo Boost)
Memory: 512GB NVMe SSD, Not Included – 512GB SSD, RAM: 16GB (DDR4 2666MHz)
Screen size: 17.3″ (1920×1080 Full HD Resolution, Anti-Glare, 240Hz Refresh Rate)
Weight: 2-3 Kg (This Model 2.77kg), Charge Time 3.0 Hours
Battery type: 4-5 Hours (up to 5 hours with power management)
- The ninth gen intel® core™ i7-9750h processor features 6 cores with a base clock speed of 2.6ghz and a turbo increase in 4.5ghz. The unfathomably fast razer blade pro 17 is worked to serve as the perfect blend of a gaming desktop and a moveable workstation.
- The laptop for desktop-quality gaming
- Superior graphics on the go
- Next-age connectivity
- Weight is too high at 2.77 kg. It needs to more lightweight.
- Battery life isn’t acceptable. Initially, it’s as long as 5 hours.
The Razer Blade Pro 17 is a phenomenal laptop in terms of design, boasting the same sleek angular look like not only the remainder of the Blade collection but the Razer Phone too. The 17.3in display isn’t the brightest we’ve ever seen, but the 144Hz revive rate upgrades the gameplay experience and the slim bezels mean the laptop chassis is like a standard 15in laptop.
In any case, that structure comes at a premium, with the Razer Blade Pro costing more than the likes of the Aorus 15 X9 despite having less powerful internals. You can get more powerful variations of the Blade Pro 17 with RTX 2070 and 2080 Max-Q cards, but once more, there’s a premium compared to other laptops in the market.