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Cut to the chase

The Razer Blade looks like a MacBook and performs like a high-end gaming laptop.

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Subtly subdued

Its design is subdued in comparison to flashy gaming aesthetics that favor angular flames and aliens.

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Slim for a gaming laptop

For a gaming laptop, it's very thin and portable.

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Razor-thin screen

Its screen is razor-thin, adding to its sleek aesthetic.

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Gaming powerhouse

Razer updated it with the latest high-end components, including a new 7th-gen Intel Core i CPU and Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 GPU.

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Sleek details

The power button is located in the center above the keyboard.

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Chroma keyboard

The Chroma keyboard can be customized.

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Matte screen

Its matte screen makes it easily visible in bright environments.

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Compact and powerful

For a laptop with its specs, it's pretty petite.

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Slick touchpad

The touchpad worked fine for web surfing, but you'll have to get a controller for great gaming.

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Controller not included

Unfortunately, but expectedly, a gaming controller is not included.

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Understated design

The Razer Blade is an elegantly subdued mainstream gaming laptop with great performance. If you've got the cash, it's a worthy investment.

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