Excerpt: All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy, but Jack has to work sometime. The 17-inch Razer Blade Pro ($2,399 as tested) retains the stunning good looks and the innovative LCD touchpad of the original, but added several new shortcuts designed for game development, photo and music editing as well as apps to improve your gaming.
Excerpt: Shoehorned inside the Razer Blade Pro is a Core i7 4700HQ Quad Core CPU and a GeForce GTX 765M. You have a choice of 128GB, 256GB or a 512GB SSD, (we tested 256GB) and 8GB of DDR3 RAM. The 17.3” LED backlit LCD has a 1920 x 1080 resolution and strong colours without being over the top. The trackpad is placed off to one side where the numpad should be – but rather than a normal grey slab, it’s a 4.05” 800 x 480 LCD screen.
Conclusion: The Blade Pro has fixed specifications save for the storage drive; it's available with 128GB, 256GB or 512GB priced from $2,299.99 to $2,799.99. A similarly-priced Alienware or Sager offers more gaming performance for the dollar; however, the Blade Pro offers a much thinner and lighter package with better battery life and the Switchblade user interface. Razer can charge a premium for this and does; while we won't say it's a door buster deal, it's fairly priced.
Pros: Good performance, Excellent build quality and design, Innovative multifunctional touchpad, Good keyboard, Beautiful display
Cons: Not user upgradeable, Fans could be quieter, Lack of ports, Expensive
Summary: "THE RAZER BLADE PRO RECEIVED THE HIGHEST PERFORMANCE SCORE WE HAVE SEEN YET IN A LAPTOP" The Razer Blade Pro performed exceptionally well in a number of our tests, especially in our performance benchmarks. Gamers would be quite happy with Razer’s current gaming laptop as it’ll certainly keep up with modern-day games and continue to support future games for a few years.
Summary: Razer's signature gaming laptop has been redesigned for more power with no loss of portability
Pros: Extremely fast, Thin and light, Snappy aesthetics, Great battery life, Above average audio, Let's wrap this review up. The best thing we can say about the Razer Blade Pro is that it is very fast indeed. The third-gen Ivy Bridge Intel CPU is a real workhorse in terms of performance and power consumption. And we like the decision to eschew Nvidia's highest-end mobile gaming part in favor of a more modest (but still powerful) high-mid-range 3D adapter for the same power-...
Cons: Super expensive, Stiff keyboard, Flimsy mouse buttons, No Blu-Ray player, Finding things to dislike about the Razer Blade Pro is fairly difficult. It's easy to get grumpy over the $2500.00 price tag. But if you're searching for portable power in a chassis that won't make you feel like you're breaking your back, this is the high point. And the high point always costs a premium. Other negatives include the keyboard, which feels a little too stiff for our tastes, and the...
Excerpt: Razer Blade Pro è un computer portatile dedicato agli amanti del gaming, equipaggiato con sistema operativo Windows 8 . Il comparto hardware vede la presenza di un display da 17,3 pollici Full HD (risoluzione 1920×1080 pixel), processore quad core Intel Core i7 con architettura Haswell , sistema switch tra le GPU HD Graphics 4600 e NVIDIA GeForce GTX 765M, 8 GB di RAM DDR3, SSD da 128 a 512 GB per lo storage dei file, webcam da 2 megapixel , altoparlanti stereo con...