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Malaysia MYR 4,200
Philippines PHP 147,775
Singapore SGD 2,899

Razer Blade 2.6GHz i7-4720HQ 14-inch Expert Reviews

expertreviews.co.uk
Reviewed on 2016-12-12
Desktop-class gaming performance, Slim, light chassis, Surprisingly good battery lifeVery expensive, Nothing else to speak of
Let’s get that slender frame out of the way first. It’s incredibly light for a gaming laptop. In fact, at a mere 1.95kg, it’s among the lightest 15in laptops of any genre that has passed through our doors recently and considering the impressive innards pa...
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gadgetscentral.co.uk
Reviewed on 2016-12-11
Gaming laptops can be a bit of a hard sell. On the one hand, you've got the super slim kind, which typically sacrifices performance for portability...
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Digitaltrends.com
Reviewed on 2015-09-18
Attractive aesthetic, Competitive performance, Excellent keyboard and touchpad, Decent battery for a gaming laptopFans are noisy under load, You pay for the brand name
Selling PC gaming peripherals is a cutthroat biz, and a lot of brands are happy just to sell keyboards and mice. Razer was one of them until just a few years ago, when it began experimenting with new, and more daring areas. The Razer Blade gaming laptop i...
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straitstimes.com
Reviewed on 2015-07-22
Razer produces some of the thinnest and most beautiful gaming laptops in the market.The latest Blade has the same stylish design as its predecessor, but with improved hardware and graphics upgraded to Nvidia GeForce GTX 970M.The memory has also been doubl...
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t3me.com
Reviewed on 2015-06-21
Excellent design and performance, Lightweight design, Crystal clear screenCan get hot under heavy loads
The Razer Blade has somehow set the benchmark on how gaming laptops performed and design. The initial versions of this notebook was large and bulky, but was spot-on on performance. The 2015 Razer Blade improves upon last year's model by introducing faster...
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Laptopmag.com
Reviewed on 2015-05-13
Slim, attractive chassis, Solid graphics and overall performance, Bright and detailed display, Good battery life for a gaming laptopTouchpad buttons too slim, Expensive
The Razer Blade has been one of the best slim gaming laptops for a while, thanks to its successful combination of power and portability. The current iteration of this 14-inch machine ($2,399 as configured, $2,199 starting) updates the GPU to the more powe...
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computershopper.com
Reviewed on 2015-05-08
Super-sharp touch screen with great viewing angles, Improved gaming performance over its predecessor, Improved battery life, as well, Solid constructionGaming performance still comes up short at native 3,200x1,800 resolution, Runs really hot
Specifically, the brand-new Blade seen here and priced at $2,399 backs its 14-inch IGZO (indium gallium zinc oxide) touch screen with Nvidia's second fastest mobile GPU, a GeForce GTX 970M with 3GB of GDDR5 display memory. The system also carries a 2.6GHz...
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cnet.com.au
Reviewed on 2015-04-30
The Razer Blade is an impressive laptop thanks to its gorgeous display, responsive keyboard and touchpad, and excellent gaming performance for its size. It looks good, tooIt comes with the territory, but the bottom back of the Blade can get very hot, and the fans can get quite loud trying to cool it down. This kind of performance in a thin-and-light body doesn't come cheap
Razer's Blade remains one of the thinnest, lightest gaming systems you can get. Clad in black aluminum like the 2014 version, the 14-inch notebook weighs just south of 4.5 pounds (2kg) and measures 0.7-inch thick (17.9mm).Inside its 13.6-inch-wide-by-9.3-...
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cnet.com
Reviewed on 2015-04-29
The Razer Blade is an impressive laptop thanks to its gorgeous display, responsive keyboard and touchpad, and excellent gaming performance for its size. It looks good, tooIt comes with the territory, but the bottom back of the Blade can get very hot, and the fans can get quite loud trying to cool it down. This kind of performance in a thin-and-light body doesn't come cheap
Razer's Blade remains one of the thinnest, lightest gaming systems you can get. Clad in black aluminum like the 2014 version, the 14-inch notebook weighs just south of 4.5 pounds (2kg) and measures 0.7-inch thick (17.9mm).Inside its 13.6-inch-wide-by-9.3-...
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CNET.co.uk
Reviewed on 2015-04-29
The Razer Blade is an impressive laptop thanks to its gorgeous display, responsive keyboard and touchpad, and excellent gaming performance for its size. It looks good, tooIt comes with the territory, but the bottom back of the Blade can get very hot, and the fans can get quite loud trying to cool it down. This kind of performance in a thin-and-light body doesn't come cheap
Razer's Blade remains one of the thinnest, lightest gaming systems you can get. Clad in black aluminum like the 2014 version, the 14-inch notebook weighs just south of 4.5 pounds (2kg) and measures 0.7-inch thick (17.9mm).Inside its 13.6-inch-wide-by-9.3-...
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reviewed.com
Reviewed on 2015-04-20
There is a variation of the Razer Blade QHD+ (2015) called the Razer Blade Full HD (2015). It is very similar to the Razer Blade QHD+ (2015) in most respects.While other laptop consumers argue over which operating system is better or how slim their hardwa...
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kitguru.net
Reviewed on 2015-04-02
Razer Blade 14 build quality is top drawer, black anodized aluminum looks fantastic, USB 3.0 performance, good keyboard, very thin, 802.11AC Wifi performance is excellent, Sharp LQ140Z1JW01 IGZO Multitouch screenExpensive, Not ‘officially supported' by Razer in UK, gets loud when heavily loaded, gets hot when heavily loaded, some thermal throttling in extreme situations.
Back in the day I played with the 2013 Razer Blade over the course of a couple of weeks when a wealthy colleague of mine disappeared on holiday, leaving it in my hands. I didn't get time to review it, but I was genuinely impressed. It was an attractive, h...
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notebookcheck.net
Reviewed on 2015-03-27
No major throttling issues, Very powerful and thin, Consistent Turbo Boost, Small and lightweight for a gaming machine, Glossy IPS QHD+ touchscreen or matte FHD, Wireless 802.11ac as standard, Easy-to-access internals, Great build quality and design, Sile...Runs hot and loud when gaming, No secondary SSD or HDD options or RAID support, No WWAN or GPS, No card reader, Gigabit Ethernet, DisplayPort, or subwoofer, Soldered RAM not upgradeable, Touchscreen arguably unnecessary on a gaming notebook, Heavier compa...
Sharp performer. The Blade is back with a honed edge to take the crown in the razor-thin gaming category. Does this refreshed model make the cut? Or is it just a dull point?...
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digitalmediaandit.com
Reviewed on 2015-03-20
The Keyboard: Razer began life making keyboards and accessories so you can imagine the keyboard is good, and you'd be right, some of the keys look a bit funny in the font they chose (the & key looks funky), but it all adds to the feeling.The screen: Super...
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techradar.com/au/
Reviewed on 2015-03-17
Modern, sharp styling, Vibrant QHDdisplay, Excellent daily driver machineSome content looks awful at 3K, QHDscreen dings battery life, performance
Where can you go after making one of the most wonderfully crafted and gorgeous gaming laptops? Not very far, if the fourth generation Razer Blade gaming laptop is any indication. Unlike with the 2014 Blade, Razer hasn't changed up much other than swapping...
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techradar.com
Reviewed on 2015-03-17
Modern, sharp styling, Vibrant QHD, display, Excellent daily driver machineSome content looks awful at 3K, QHD, screen dings battery life, performance
Where can you go after making one of the most wonderfully crafted and gorgeous gaming laptops? Not very far, if the fourth generation Razer Blade gaming laptop is any indication. Unlike with the 2014 Blade, Razer hasn't changed up much other than swapping...
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gizmodo.co.uk
Reviewed on 2015-03-04
It's the Blade I've been waiting for Razer to make 14-inches, best-in-class graphics and a 1080p display, Still has one of the best Windows trackpads I've ever used. Its touch gestures work so well that I almost never even use its buttons, The Razer Bla...Shorter battery life than last year's model. That's never good, The 1080p model only comes in a single configuration. What if I want more storage space than 256GB?, I wish I could disable the backlighting on the lid's Razer logo. Sometimes I just don't...
Razer has spent years trying to build an impossible laptop: a powerful gaming portable with the facade of a thin business machine. It's come close four times, but the Razer Blade has never quite managed to stick the landing. At least until now. I've spen...
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