Razer unveils the Blade 15 update on Intel’s new H series processors


Today, Razer introduced its new upgrade to the Blade 15, which launches with the 11th generation of the new H series processors, with a new upgrade in its webcam that now features full HD quality.

The Razer Blade features a 15.6-inch screen, the 11th generation of Intel processors, and the new version is 15.8 mm thick, which is 2 mm less than the previous version.

Blade 15 also features a simple design with strong performance among the devices dedicated to games, and this version also features the RTX 30 series graphics card, and the pricing of the new devices ranges between $ 2299 to $ 3399, with the highest model chip Core i9-11900H processor at speeds up to 4.9 GHz.

While the lowest version comes with a Core i7-11800H processor and a speed of 4.2GHz max, the premium version also comes at a price of $ 2999, the graphics card GeForce RTX 3080, and the memory VRAM with a capacity of 8 GB RAM, which reaches 16 GB RAM in the distinct model at a price of $ 3399.

It also houses the highest-end 4K OLED screen model with touch, 1ms response speed, 100% DCI-P3 color coverage, with 1 TB of PCIe storage in the premium model at $ 2299.

The Blade 15 device also comes with an M.2 slot, and the webcam comes in the device with an upgrade, which supports full HD or 1080 pixel display resolution, with support for Windows Hello for facial recognition, and the Blade 15 Advanced is scheduled to be available for pre-booking on May 17th. On sale in June.



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