The Razer Blade Pro is a laptop that is built with professional gamers in mind. But Razer has said it will come out in May, meaning it should pop up in the next week or so in the United States and Canada.
People in Europe, China Asia and the Middle East are likely to have to wait for a little longer, as Razer has said its new gaming machine is "coming soon" to those regions. We'd hazard a guess and say that'll be June or July time. The laptop also gets Intel's latest tenth-gen Core i7-10875H processor and Nvidia's GeForce RTX 2070 or 2080 Max Q for $2,599 and $3,199 respectively.
That's a hefty price tag, but it only goes up from there. You get stereo Dolby speakers.
Given its 17-inch footprint, it's no surprise that the Razer Blade Pro 17 2020 comes with a mighty specification.
Powered by the new Intel 8-core i7-10875H processor, the Blade Pro 17 is faster and more efficient than ever before, capable of clock speeds up to 5.1GHZ with Intel Turbo Boost and a large 16MB cache.
For product images of Razer Blade Pro 17 Download Here. For content creators, these GPUs should also do a good job ad handling tasks like video rendering. It also has double the NVMe SSD storage space, but do note that this is expandable up 2TB, and there's even an extra M.2 that supports NVMe PCIe and SATA SSDs.
For creators, the 4K 120Hz touch display, available only on the Blade Pro 17, is the flawless companion for working through an idea whenever and wherever inspiration strikes. The company is offering the laptop in two variants.
This laptop has now been updated with some pretty impressive features that you'll be sure to love. The 17.3-inch Full-HD display covers 100% of the SRGB space and comes custom-calibrated for color accuracy so games aren't just silky smooth but also eye-wateringly gorgeous. Like a year ago, the UHD panel is capable of a 120 Hz refresh rate.
Measuring 15.5 x 10.2 x 0.78 inches, the Razer Blade Pro 17 2020 is almost identical to its 2019 predecessor.
In addition to the variety of ports and HD webcam, the newBlade Pro 17 features a refreshed keyboard with an extended right shift key and half-height directional keys with per key Razer Chroma RGB backlighting. But that's no bad thing as it looks a lot less ostentatious than some gaming laptops, resembling something more akin to a matte black gaming 16-inch MacBook Pro. For wireless connectivity, there is an Intel AX201 that gives the notebook Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity. That's pretty standard for all late 2019 and 2020 laptops. "The all-new Razer Blade Pro 17 packs the power of a desktop into a compact.78" x 10.24" x 15.5" chassis that users can easily take from the main office to the home office.