CNET First Look
Razer's Blade Pro is 17 inches of pure excitementIt's not remotely cheap, but if you want top gaming performance in a stealthy thin laptop, this thing is amazing.
There are several gaming laptops available now loaded with Nvidia's top performing VTX 1080 graphics card, but none are quite like the Razer Blade Pro. I mean look at this thing, it's less than an inch thick, but shrugs off demanding games like a full size desktop. Of course it requires the constant blow of its little fans pushing air through small vents as soon as you start a game but that's the price you pay for being so slim well that end $37,000, you give more More than the GPU for the money. However, and including a 17 inch 4K touchscreen with the hundred percent Adobe GP color space coverage. And it's a G sync display, which helped keep Taryn in check while playing games. You're also paying for this keyboard with according to Razor the world's first ultra low profile mechanical switches. They give a satisfying click with every press. But they are on the small side and do require a little extra force than a typical laptop keyboard. But it's otherwise a great typing experience. Adding to that is razor senapp software so you can adjust everything from the keyboards lighting to setting up macro's and profiles to fine tuning the tack pad. It's great too by the way but, if you used any other lap top ever your muscle memory will need to adjust to the placement to the right of the keyboard where you would normally reach for a mouse. Assuming your a righty anyhow. Razer said putting it in the right left room for the larger possible battery inside which was able to stream video for just under four hours. But your You're considering this for the high performance and the really nice design not so much battery life. But really this thing is amazing even if you have to give your right arm to afford it. [MUSIC]