New Razer Laptop Gets a Price Drop, Pre-Orders Open Now

Razer’s own gaming ultrabook, the Razer Blade, has always held some great specs. However, Razer has managed to not only improve the specs but also cut the price of the new Razer Blade. The new 14-inch sports a 6th-gen i7 quad core, 16Gb of DDR4 Memory, and a Nvidia 970M.

Despite all the hardware, the laptop remains 0.70 inches thin and weighs only 4.25 pounds, even more impressive considering the 3200×1800 QHD+ display.

Even will all the improvements, Razer has managed to drop the price from $2,399 to $1,999 for the Razer Blade with a 256 SSD. Min-Liang Tan, Razer co-founder and CEO, had this to say on the price drop:

We are getting much more aggressive as far as price point, but that hasn’t come at a cost to the performance or design of the Razer Blade. We’ve improved nearly every aspect of the 14-inch laptop, from CPU and GPU performance to system memory and port selection. Chroma technology unlocks an unprecedented, immersive experience on a gaming laptop.

Razer is accepting pre-orders for the laptop now, that will ship in April. Of course, if there isn’t enough power under the hood for you, the Blade is completely compatible with the Razer Core.


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