Razer Blade Review (late 2016, GTX 1060)

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Lisa Gade reviews the late 2016 Razer Blade with NVIDIA GTX 1060 graphics. The 14" Blade is clad in matte black aluminum and it’s a high end and well made machine that competes with the MacBook Pro in terms of design and quality.

** Read our written review here: http://www.mobiletechreview.com/notebooks/2016-Razer-Blade.htm

It weighs just 4.3 lbs./1.95 kg (4.16 lbs. for the 1080p model) and is 17.9mm (0.7”) thick. Its small size and weight are deceptive: this is a powerful gaming and pro apps laptop.

The Razer Blade’s ships with the 6th generation Intel Skylake 2.6 GHz Core i7-6700HQ quad core, 45 watt CPU. It has Intel HD 530 graphics switchable with NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 6GB DDR5 graphics via NVIDIA Optimus. All configurations have 16 gigs of DDR4 RAM and your choice of a 256 or 512 gig PCIe NVMe SSD. It has what might be described as the world’s most entertaining notebook keyboard thanks to Chroma backlighting and many available effects with infinite color choice. Excellent Killer 1535AC WiFi with Bluetooth, a 2MP webcam and a very compact 165 watt charger are standard. It starts at $1,799.

You can watch our video review of the mid-2016 (GTX 970M) model here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uSu4IxsrkmI

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