2016 Razer Blade Pro Specs Review: Thinnest VR-Ready Laptop At An Affordable Price

Tech company Razer has been working nonstop in building its brand as one of the most reputable names in portable, powerful laptops. After announcing its purchase of THX earlier this week, the company is launching its new Razer Blade Pro.

According to Mashable, the new Razer Blade Pro is a 17-inch laptop packed with a NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 graphics processor with 8GB of GDDR5 VRAM that will absolutely give you no problems or whatsoever in hooking up and Oculus Rift or HTC Vive while running it at full speed.

Though some critics may claim that its price is too much, Razer was quick to counter that the Razer Blade Pro is said to be meant for video game players who want the very best PC-Based VR experience that the industry currently has to offer. So the $3,699 or £3,499 price tag is not expensive at all. In fact, it is a very good deal for those who want the best ever gaming experience in PC games.

More on some of the key specs of the Razer Blade Pro, as stated by CNET.

The processor - The Razer Blade Pro is equipped with 6th-gen Intel quad-core i7 processor.

The screen - The screen is a 17.3-inch touchscreen and 3840x2160-pixel resolution with G-sync.

The keyboard -The keyboard now uses low-profile mechanical keys for faster response times and the trackpad is no longer also an LCD screen; it's been replaced by a larger glass trackpad. The 10 programmable display buttons are also gone, replaced by a scroll wheel.

The ports - Ports: 1x USB Type-C / Thunderbolt 3, 1x 3.5mm headset jack, 3xUSB, 1xHDMI

The weight - For a 17-inch laptop, the Blade Pro is quite thin - 0.88 inches thick. It still weighs a ton at 7.80 pounds (3.5kg).

The Battery - 99Wh battery (the largest you can legally take on a plane)

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