Razer Blade 2015 (RZ09-0130)

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Expertenbewertung von : Brad Bourque (digitaltrends.com)

Razer Blade (2017) review

 

Razer's sleek Blade is faster than ever, and now has a sensible display

Mär 2017

DT Recommended Product

Expertenbewertung von : Brad Bourque (digitaltrends.com)

Razer Blade (2016) review

 

Razer's Blade thin and powerful design will make other gaming laptops envious.

The Razer Blade is impressive, packing high-end hardware into such a slick chassis, but it comes at a cost. The 2016 Blade starts at $2,000 for the version with a 256GB PCIe SSD. The highest-end Asus UX501 costs just $1,700, and you get a 512GB SSD, 4K...

Mai 2016

Expertenbewertung von : Joshua Goldman (cnet.com)

Razer Blade (2015, QHD+) review: A gaming laptop in a class by itself

 

Razer's Blade is a rare thin-and-light laptop that has the features and performance of a gaming system. And it looks damn good, too.

The Razer Blade is an impressive laptop thanks to its gorgeous display, responsive keyboard and touchpad, and excellent gaming performance for its size. It looks good, too.

It comes with the territory, but the bottom back of the Blade can get very hot, and the fans can get quite loud trying to cool it down. This kind of performance in a thin-and-light body doesn't come cheap.

Whether it's for gaming, multimedia enjoyment, work or all of the above, the Razer Blade is a fantastic choice if you need high performance but don't want to sacrifice mobility to get it.

Apr 2015

Expertenbewertung von (cnet.com)

Razer Blade 2015, QHD+

 

Inside its 13.6-inch-wide-by-9.3-inch-deep frame (345 by 235mm), you'll find a high-performance Intel mobile processor backed by 16GB of memory, Nvidia's GeForce GTX 970M with 3GB of its own memory and your choice of a 128GB, 256GB or 512GB solid-state...

The Razer Blade is an impressive laptop thanks to its gorgeous display, responsive keyboard and touchpad, and excellent gaming performance for its size. It looks good, too.

It comes with the territory, but the bottom back of the Blade can get very hot, and the fans can get quite loud trying to cool it down. This kind of performance in a thin-and-light body doesn't come cheap.

Whether it's for gaming, multimedia enjoyment, work or all of the above, the Razer Blade is a fantastic choice if you need high performance but don't want to sacrifice mobility to get it.

Apr 2015

PCMAG.COM - Editor's Choice

Expertenbewertung von : Brian Westover (pcmag.com)

Razer Blade (2015)

 

The newest Razer Blade boasts impressive features and great performance, making it the ultraportable gaming machine to beat.

Sleek, light design. Indium Gallium Zinc Oxide (IGZO) display with 3,200-by-1,800 resolution and touch capability. Intel Core i7-4720HQ CPU and 16GB memory. Nvidia GeForce GTX 970M GPU. Improved performance and battery life over previous iteration

Gets very hot. Discrepancy between graphics and display capability

The 2015 version of the Razer Blade ($2,399.99 as tested) is the latest in the company's highly influential ultraportable gaming laptop line. The previous model, the Razer Blade (2014) left us feeling a bit disappointed, with a short battery life and...

Feb 2015

Expertenbewertung von : Brett Howse (anandtech.com)

The 2015 Razer Blade Review

 

The 2013 Razer Blade was a great gaming system with a not so great display. For 2014, Razer outfitted the Blade with a Sharp IGZO 3200x1800 display, as well as a faster GPU. The GeForce GTX 870M was a pretty potent graphics card, and the improved...

For 2015, we have a new Razer Blade, which on the outside is a dead ringer for last year’s model. We have the same design, the same keyboard, trackpad, strong aluminum body, and fantastic QHD+ display. All of those features were already excellent on...

Feb 2015

Expertenbewertung von : Kevin Lee (techradar.com)

Razer Blade 2015 review

 

A gorgeous 3K gaming laptop the world still isn't ready for

Modern, sharp styling ; Vibrant QHD+ display ; Excellent daily driver machine

Some content looks awful at 3K ; QHD+ screen dings battery life, performance

Scores in depth Where can you go after making one of the most wonderfully crafted and gorgeous gaming laptops? Not very far, if the fourth generation Razer Blade gaming laptop is any indication. Unlike with the 2014 Blade, Razer hasn't changed up much...

Mär 2015

Expertenbewertung von : Allen Ngo (notebookcheck.net)

Razer Blade 14 (Early 2015) Notebook Review

 

Sharp performer. The Blade is back with a honed edge to take the crown in the razor-thin gaming category. Does this refreshed model make the cut? Or is it just a dull point?

No major throttling issues, Very powerful and thin, Consistent Turbo Boost, Small and lightweight for a gaming machine, Glossy IPS QHD+ touchscreen or matte FHD, Wireless 802.11ac as standard, Easy-to-access internals, Great build quality and design,...

Runs hot and loud when gaming, No secondary SSD or HDD options or RAID support, No WWAN or GPS, No card reader, Gigabit Ethernet, DisplayPort, or subwoofer, Soldered RAM not upgradeable, Touchscreen arguably unnecessary on a gaming notebook, Heavier...

We came in with concerns about how a GTX 970M would perform on such a small and thin notebook, but we walked away genuinely impressed with the performance of the refreshed Blade 14. The model experiences no major throttling when gaming and is even able...

Mär 2015

Expertenbewertung von : Joshua Goldman (cnet.com.au)

Razer Blade (2015, QHD+) review: A gaming laptop in a class by itself

 

Razer's Blade is a rare thin-and-light laptop that has the features and performance of a gaming system. And it looks damn good, too.

The Razer Blade is an impressive laptop thanks to its gorgeous display, responsive keyboard and touchpad, and excellent gaming performance for its size. It looks good, too.

It comes with the territory, but the bottom back of the Blade can get very hot, and the fans can get quite loud trying to cool it down. This kind of performance in a thin-and-light body doesn't come cheap.

Whether it's for gaming, multimedia enjoyment, work or all of the above, the Razer Blade is a fantastic choice if you need high performance but don't want to sacrifice mobility to get it.

Apr 2015

Expertenbewertung von : Housen Maratouk (computershopper.com)

Razer Blade (2015) Review and Ratings

 

If you're familiar with last year's Razer Blade, you might feel déjà vu as you start using the 2015 version of the slim and ritzy gaming rig. But while it may look a lot like its predecessor, the new Blade packs more of a punch.

Super-sharp touch screen with great viewing angles ; Improved gaming performance over its predecessor ; Improved battery life, as well ; Solid construction

Gaming performance still comes up short at native 3,200x1,800 resolution ; Runs really hot

After fully recharging the laptop, we set up the machine in power-save mode (as opposed to balanced or high-performance mode) and make a few other battery-conserving tweaks in preparation for our unplugged video rundown test. In this test, we loop a...

Mai 2015