Some of the best hardware in a laptop, built for both high performance and portability.
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Pro Built to be portable
At 22mm thin, this is the thinnest laptop that has the NVIDIA GeForce 1080 and one of the thinnest gaming laptops overall.
Pro One of the best displays on the market
The Razer Blade Pro has easily one of the best touchscreen displays that can be found in any laptop. The colors look accurate and vivid, as it covers 185% of the sRGB color gamut. Brightness goes beyond the industry average and can provide a very bright picture. The screen also supports NVIDIA G-Sync that helps eliminate screen tearing and smooths out movement.
Pro Uses an actual mechanical keyboard
Razer uses ultra-low profile mechanical switches in the Blade Pro, which replicate full-sized mechanical keyboards. While it certainly makes the familiar, though noisy, clicking noise and is stiffer than a Chiclet keyboard, the travel is still too shallow compared to a regular mechanical keyboard.
Pro Customizable RGB keyboard backlight
The keyboard’s RGB backlight can display 16.8 million colors on each key and the touchpad border. The included Synapse software lets you program the lights with different patterns and color profiles and is shareable to other Razer devices.
Pro Great build quality
The chassis is made from aluminium and is very solid, giving the feel of a premium laptop.
Pro Great gaming performance
While from the outside Blade Pro looks like an ordinary 17 inch laptop, it packs serious gaming laptop performance. It is because Razer has equipped this laptop with an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 and one of the fastest mobile processors you can buy today. It can run almost any modern game in 4K resolution in high or maximum settings at upwards of 30 FPS.
Con No 802.11ac support
The wireless network card does not support 802.11ac, a wireless standard with significant improvements over the previous 802.11n standard.
Con May need some time to getting used to the position of the touchpad
The touchpad is located on the right side of the keyboard, and can take some time to get used to.