2019 RAZER BLADE PRO 17.3 REVIEW
To push the limits of what gaming laptops can do, Blade Pro 12 was built as a perfect computer for the ideal gaming experience. Over the years, we’ve seen Razer produce some good gaming laptops, but they have finally created what some may call the perfect gaming laptop especially for its size category.
The 2019 Razer Blade Pro iteration was built with powerful processors to run performance demanding AAA on the go, and it was made 25% smaller than its predecessors by dropping all the unnecessary additions its predecessors had which made it lighter and more streamlined making it perfect for not just Razer enthusiast but all gamers.
The 2019 Blade Pro 17 is the third generation model in Razer’s 17.3-inch gaming laptops. It is a complete redesign of previous versions like the 2016 and 2017 models. It also dropped many unnecessary features to give gamers more streamlined gaming experience.
It comes with a 1080p display at 144 Hz giving users perfect resolution and picture quality. It offers a faster native refresh rate for smooth movement, significantly quicker response for less ghosting and better backlight.
A 9th gen Intel core i7 9750H processor with a base clock speed of 2.6GHz and a turbo boost of 4.5GHz allowing it to perform as both a gaming pc and a mobile workstation.
There are three GPUs to choose from (RTX 2060, RTX 2070 Max-Q, RTX 2080 Max Q). By using NVidia graphics card, the holy grail of all graphic cards, the simulation of light to render visually stunning graphics aided by ray tracing technology and AI only makes this machine better.
Next-gen connectivity: Blade Pro 17 is equipped with advanced connectivity making it highly proficient for online gaming and work. It features USB 3.2 Gen, 2.5 GB Ethernet, a UHS-III SD card reader, WiFi 6, windows hello and thunderbolt 3 which allows you to simply plug in your external devices and set up a work station on the go.
Featuring a massive 17.3-inch display integrated with either a full HD or a UHD screen with a silky smooth refreshing rate for ultimate gaming experience. In this case bigger really means better.
Razer Blade pro provides the best core gaming experience possible by removing auxiliary functions that users won’t need.
Processor: Intel Core i7-9750H 9th gen
Graphics Adapter: NVidia GeForce RTX 2080 Max-Q- 8192 MB, core 1090 MHz, Memory 1600 MHz, GDDR6 430.86, Optimus
Storage: 512GB SSD
Display: 17.3 inch 16:9, AU optronics
Weight: 2.75 kg
Keyboard: it comes in a comfortable US standard format, and its light keyboard backlit with Razer Chroma which allows users customize their keyboard colors which makes using the Razer pro very cool.
Prices: its price ranges from $2,500 to $3200 depending on your choice of the GPU.