Razer Blade 15, Blade Pro 17 and Core X Chroma Malaysia release: up to 300Hz refresh rate, price starting from RM1999
Today, Razer announced the latest Razer Blades and external GPUs for the Malaysian market. Three products that were revealed are none other than the Razer Blade 15, Blade Pro 17 and the Razer Core X Chroma. All these products are coming soon at selected retailers, priced from RM8999, RM12,499 and RM1999 respectively.
To kick-off, the Blade 15 is an all-rounder laptop for work and play featuring an octa-core 10th Gen Intel Core i7 processor, NVIDIA GeForce RTS Super GPUs, and an ultra-fast 300Hz display. Its also accompanied with a new keyboard layout, upgraded I/O, and a huge chunk of SSD storage up to 1TB PCIe with 16GB of RAM. 4K OLED display is also available with 100% DCI-P3 colour space. The full tech specs details can be found here.
Blade Pro 17
As for the Blade Pro 17, this one is packed with the 10th Gen Intel core i7-10875H processor with a base clock speed of 2.3GHz and 5.1GHz Turbo Boost on the new 8-core processor. Its 17.3-inch display is present as well with a 4K 120Hz refresh rate and a full HD 300Hz option, alongside an up to an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 SUPER GPU. Furthermore, it also features a USB 3.2 Gen 2, 2.5Gb Ethernet, a UHS-III SD Card Reader, Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax), Windows Hello, and Thunderbolt 3. More information about the laptop right over here.
Last but not least, the Razer Core X Chroma is an external graphics enclosure (eGPU) powered by Razer Chroma RGB. This gaming-grade desktop utilizes a 700W power supply, USB and Gigabit Ethernet, designed to work with Thunderbolt 3 Windows laptops and MacBooks. It's also compatible with the gamer's choice of desktop PCIe graphics cards which includes NVIDIA GeForce RTX, GeForce GTX, and Quadro cards to AMD XConnect enabled Radeon and Radeon Pro cards. For more information, click here.
Core X Chroma
Tomahawk gaming chassis
Razer also revealed that the Razer Tomahawk gaming chassis is available at the price of RM1099 at selected retailers. This was announced during RazerCon quite recently and will come in two sizes - ATX and mini-ITX. Stay tuned for more trending gadget news at TechNave.com.