The slim, sleek Razer Blade gaming laptop we'll be looking at here is an interesting beast that does its best to perform a balancing act of sorts. The gaming laptop arena is a landscape full of compromises. Gamers generally crave the most powerful technologies on the market, but until we can cram 8K displays into a fanless 13-inch form factor with dual Titan X GPUs and physics-defying thermal headroom, sacrifices obviously must be made.
Now, there are a plethora of gaming notebooks to rival even the best desktops, though many of these are not easy to tote around and battery life is a distant afterthought. However, if you can temper your performance expectations just a touch - say to a more mainstream 1080p display resolution - a rising class of ultraportable gaming laptops is arriving to market and that's exactly the segment the newly refreshed 2017 Razer Blade is attacking.
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