For $500, £470 or AU$750, the Razer Core v2 isn't cheap. But this black aluminum box can turn a thin laptop into a gaming beast, just by plugging in a single cable.
Just slide out the tray...
...and add the powerful Nvidia or AMD graphics card of your choice. The Core can fit (and power) practically any dual-slot GPU, with its built-in 500W power supply and twin 8-pin PCI-E power connectors.
Here's another look at the power supply -- and underneath, Razer's special release lever to help you quickly pop out the GPU if you want to swap it for another one. (That feature is new for the Core v2.)
With four USB 3.0 ports, a Gigabit Ethernet jack, multiple display outputs and up to 60W of power for your laptop over a single Thunderbolt 3 connection, the Core is practically the ultimate docking station.
Just plug that single cable into your laptop, and bam -- you've got a gaming desktop.
The Core works with non-Razer laptops too, like this Dell XPS 15 9560, though some will need driver and BIOS updates, and others won't work at all.
They just need to have a Thunderbolt 3 port that supports external graphics.
The Core also has Razer's customizable Chroma lighting inside. Pick any color, have it cycle through colors or let it match your games.
Just a part of this complete
breakfast . I mean, desktop.