There is no such thing as too many frames per second. Razer's hardware line embraces this mantra with the refresh of the Blade Pro 1
300Hz is offered on just a few high-end monitors and laptops, but Razer's release is definitely the most talked about. If it sounds like 300Hz cannot possibly be a functional improvement above 144Hz … well, aesthetically you're probably right. But NVIDIA's CES demonstrations showed me that in niche, literally split-second gaming responses, it could potentially help you get the slightest edge against your opponents.
Of course, the updated version of the Blade Pro also gains access to the latest 10-gen Core i7 8-core processor and a variety of graphics cards, ranging from the GeForce RTX 2070 to the RTX 2080 Super Max-Q. The only memory option is 16 GB of RAM. Other notable features include Razer's aluminum unibody design, user-accessible dual M.2 storage and RAM slots (nice!), And a plethora of ports including USB-C, HDMI, full-size Ethernet and a SD card reader.  Depending on your screen, GPU, and storage configuration (up to 1 TB SSD), the price ranges from $ 2700 to $ 3800. The updated version of the laptop will be available later this month at Razer's online store in the US and Canada for sale.