There is a lot to be said about game brand Razer. And we said it. But one of the most common elements of Razer is that their stuff is often expensive. For example, Razer̵
For fifteen hundred dollars, you get a 10th-gen Core i7 processor, 16 GB of RAM, 256 GB of storage and a 15.6-inch, 1080p 120 Hz display. The GPU is a GTX 1660 Ti, which is certainly at the lower end of the spectrum when it comes to modern PC gaming, but it’s more than enough to run most games at 60 frames per second (with a few compromises in the settings).
The 256 GB M.2 SSD is not very impressive, especially for a gaming laptop, but it is possible to expand that storage inexpensively thanks to a second, empty M.2 slot. That is something the older version of the laptop did not offer. Other expansion options include two USB-A and two USB-C ports, full-size HDMI and a headphone jack, all crammed into a 0.81-inch (20.5mm) thin case. Note that it looks like this revised version makes the dedicated Ethernet port obsolete.
Not much is said about laptop battery life – it is very difficult to estimate battery life while games are running! – but the 60.8-watt-hour battery is bigger than most. The base model gets an RGB keyboard, but no lighting per key.
Make no mistake, this is still a very expensive laptop for what you get. But the understated gamer tones of Razer’s laptop designs are undeniably appealing, especially with its all-black aluminum body. The Blade 15 Base is available for pre-order now and will ship on December 25th … or probably slightly after that date.
Source: Razer via The Verge