There are not too many frames per second. The Razer hardware line adopts this mantra with the 2020 update of the Blade Pro 17, its largest and most explosive laptop. It is offered in two screen options: a 4K panel, 120 Hz, which is already quite impressive, or a 1080p panel which can increase its refresh rate to 300 hertz.
300 Hz is only offered on a few high-end monitors and laptops, but the release of Razer is certainly the most prestigious. If it seems that 300 Hz couldn’t be a functional improvement over 144 Hz … well, aesthetically, you’re probably right. But NVIDIA CES demonstrations have shown me that in niche game reactions, literally in a split second, it could help you get the smallest advantage against your opponents.
Naturally, the updated version of the Blade Pro also has access to the latest 10th generation 8-core Core i7 processor and a choice of graphics cards ranging from GeForce RTX 2070 to RTX 2080 Super Max-Q. The only memory option is 16 GB of RAM. Other notable features include Razer’s aluminum monocoque design, dual user-accessible M.2 storage and RAM slots (cool!), And a plethora of ports, including USB-C, HDMI, full-size Ethernet and an SD card reader.
Depending on your screen, GPU and storage configuration (maximum SSD of 1 TB), the price varies from $ 2,700 to $ 3,800. The updated version of the laptop will go on sale at Razer’s online store later this month in the United States and Canada.