Razer has unexpectedly revealed its Blade Studio Edition laptops that are developed for the professionals, unlike the classic Razer gaming-only strategy. These brand new Razer laptops are aiming to compete against the tech market forerunner, MacBook Pro as its design is quite similar to Apple’s laptops. The only difference in design between these two laptops is the keyboard and the technology, as rather than using butterfly switches, the Razer laptops come with cherry switches and its Mercury white design trademark.
The devices are labeled after their screen size, namely the 15-inch model will be called Razer Blade 15 Studio Edition, while the 17-inch model will be known as Razer Blade 17 Studio Edition.
Both laptops will come with Mercury finish and screen resolution up to 4K. Aside from the classic gaming GeForce graphics card, the devices will sport the Quadro graphics cards. Its memory is enhanced to 32GB, and there is also a version of 1TB NVMe storage as well.
Razer Blade Studio Edition Laptops Unveiled As A Competitor To Apple’s MacBook
The size of the laptop will be the same as that of Razer Blade 15. However, the interior will be quite different. The device will have a 4K OLED touch display, a 9-generation Core i7 9750H processor, and Nvidia Quadro RTX 5000 mobile GPU. The Razer Blade 15 Studio Edition is made for lower grade professionals, as it is the regular version.
This model will be the Studio Edition of the regular Razer Blade 17. Its 4K panel will come with a 120Hz refresh rate and will allow users to a smooth experience with the precise color range. The CPU is an eight-core Intel core i9 9880H processor, and the GPU is the same as the Razer Blade 15 Studio Edition: the Quadro RTX 5000.
This device is aiming to compete against the MacBook Pro 15, and it is meant for those professionals who need the best technology. The devices will also be compatible with Razer CoreX eGPU enclosure if the RTX 5000 is not sufficient. Both laptops will be launched this year, but the price is still unknown.
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