Soon after NVIDIA announced its Studio Platform, Razer was quick to roll out the Razer Blade laptops with the Quadro RTX professional graphics cards for content creators. Both the Razer Blade 15 and 17 will be taking advantage of this new Eco-system. Other than the GPU, the portable workstations feature improved displays with a resolution of up to 4K along with OLED touch panels to satisfy artists’ needs.
Just like all of Razer’s other notebooks, these also come in a premium built- a CNC machined aluminium chassis and a Mercury White finish. Under the hood, you’ve obviously got an NVIDIA Quadro RTX GPU (up to the Quadro RTX 5000), paired with a Core i7-9750H for the 15-inch model and an i9-9880H for the 17 inch Razer Blade Pro. The former packs 6 cores and 12 threads while the latter comes with a total of 8 cores and 16 threads. Both the chips run at around 4.5-4.8GHz when under load. As for storage, you’ve got 1TB of NVMe based SSD storage coupled with 32GB of DDR4 memory.
The pricing and availability will be revealed at a later date.