It is usual for people to receive a high end, 3D video game as a gift. However, many find that they don’t have the required specifications in their notebook to play them. Before you decide to place the game CD in the optical device, check whether your gizmo is a gaming laptop. The 14-inch Razer Blade is sleek and lightweight computing device which provides extremely sharp images. Considering its dimensions, one might pick it up as a gaming ultrabook too. Find out if this gaming gizmo is the ideal travel companion for you.
Design of Razer Blade
Razer blade is little more than 2kg and looks slim (with only 16.8mm thick). It is 13.6 inches long and 9.3 inches wide laptop and made up of light metal, aluminum. The matte-finish, single-bodied is majestically black in color with angular ends. Once opened, the interior look polished. A green glow from the keys gives it a sensational look. The laptop is handy and slim. Many users carry it along while traveling and get engrossed to an updated video game sequel. The keyboard is neatly placed with 80-keys arranged just like a typical gaming keyboard. This means, it will have less ‘ghosting’. The term denotes the keyboard operation where functions of many keys pressed in quick succession are missed if done quickly in a sequence. Anti-ghosting attribute allow the user to key in a combination of keys in quick succession and the instructions are followed by the computer in detail. The keyboard also allows macro-functions (where multiple keys are programmed to form a typical sequence). Although the key does not have all the facilities of SteelSeries, yet it is noteworthy. Along with Razer’s Synapse software tool, it ensures hotkeys are enabled.
Razer Blade Review on Features
Just like a typical gaming laptop, the Razer Blade 14-inch model is made up of Intel core i7-4702HQ quad core. This allows the user to work on heavy graphics movies. The processor which runs at a speed of 2.2GHz is capable of working with least two software utilities simultaneously. In other words, the laptop is capable of hyper threading. Even during such loaded work, the CPU works seamlessly. The speed of the processor can be further increased to 3.2GHz when turbo boost technology is introduced into the system. The laptop has an internal memory of 8GB DDR3 that effortlessly offer a memory speed of 1600 MHz. The storage capacity is 256GB Solid State Drive (SSD). Along with mSATA interface, the laptop is able to boot-up fast, open a new game quickly, and wake up from sleep mode instantly. Quite expected from a gaming laptop, the gizmo is packed with NVIDIA GTX 765M with 2GB of GDDR5 VRAM – a dedicated video memory option. The graphic card uses the efficient Optimus technology. There is a widescreen 14-inch display that offers moderate resolution. The Razer Synapse 2.0 is a laptop managing tool that helps to manage the laptop functions. The audio is remarkable as the bass and pitch provide realistic sound by using the Dolby Home Theater v4 software tool.
Performance of Razer Blade
The internal computing gizmo has made this laptop from Razor Inc really a tough nut to crack. It performs with immense vigor without giving in to slackness even when multi-tasking. The SSD storage capacity is good enough to ensure continuous gaming session. The memory is sufficient to display application programming interface (API), Dx11 based games. The 14-inch display does not have a touchscreen option. The screen is aided with a backlighting facility – which means it can be viewed even in the dark. The screen resolution is not an impressive one that one usual expects in a gaming laptop. In games where videos are realistically made to ensure users are glued to the set, a resolution of only 1600×900 pixels is rather disappointing. Nevertheless the graphics utilities are a saving grace that helps to user to watch HD animation with ease. The videos with 1080p however, need a laptop with better specifications. There is a webcam of 1.3M that offers HD videos. Working in Windows 8 operating system makes Razer Blade reliable, fast performing, and a useful tool. The OS readily connects with the Killer Wireless-N 1202 at a bandwidth of 802.11a/b/g/n + BT4 to connect the laptop with the gaming network. Users can program macros, arrange files, or manage their laptop data by using Razer Synapse 2.0 – an innovative solution from Razer.
Help and Customer Support
Users are invited to seek assistance from special customer cell at the company’s website. They can get useful information on warranty, download drivers, and get accessories for the product.
Razer Blade Review on Pricing
At nearly $2,000, the cost of the gaming gizmo is bit too high. You can check specifications – especially those with better screen resolution before getting this portable tool for playing games.
|Summary: Razor Blade is a beautiful design gizmo in the first sight, with the ulra thin and portable body, Razor blade is a little too pricey for the gamers, so if portability is your first choice, don't hesitate to take it home.|