Razer Blade 14 (2013)
The Razer Blade 2013 is powered by an Intel Core i7-4702HQ Quad Core processor with Hyper Threading 2.2GHz, Nvidia GeForce GTX 765M and 8GB of RAM. The Blade packs a LED backlight 14-inch display and three options of storage, 128GB, 256GB and 512GB SSD.
Games like a champ.
Fully programmable keyboard.
More than 6 hours of battery life.
Fourth-gen quad-core Intel processor and Nvidia graphics.
A bit slow to boot.
Lacks Ethernet and optical drive.
Limited viewing angles.
Lacks SD card slot.
Burning hot while gaming.
Touchpad can be finnicky.
By TechSpot on July 05, 2013
With the new 14-inch Razer Blade, the company has created a gaming machine the likes of which we may not have seen for at least another couple of years otherwise. This sort of fearless innovation is exactly what the PC gaming hardware industry needs to take them beyond the big scary boxes and into the hearts and homes of gamers everywhere.-
By NotebookCheck on December 08, 2013
Razer Blade: Gaming notebook in an ultrabook disguise If you look at the Razer Blade strictly as a high-end notebook and compare it to similarly priced devices from other manufacturers, it is just a common gaming device with average performance. But the...85
By DigitalVersus on October 04, 2013
The 14" Razer Blade is a poorly executed great idea. It's thinner and lighter than the competing gaming laptops and has just as good processing and gaming capabilities as the best of them. Unfortunately, it overheats like crazy and has ridiculously...60
By The Verge on July 02, 2013
And when those machines get upgraded with the latest Intel Haswell processors and discrete graphics, perhaps they’ll perform similarly anyhow. Still, as of today, there’s nothing that can game, then get up and go, quite like the 14-inch Blade.84
By AnandTech on July 02, 2013
As it stands, the 14-inch Blade still has a lot going for it and if you want the thinnest, sleekest gaming notebook out there, this is your one stop shop. I just can't understand how a company would get this close to nailing a design, only to blow it to save a few bucks.-
By Engadget on July 02, 2013
This issue is compounded further by the fact that its internals ride the edge of modern gaming's maximum visual requirements, making it not only more expensive than its direct competition, but less future-proof, too. Even so, the Razer's 14-inch Blade is its best gaming laptop yet...-
By PCMag on July 02, 2013
The oh-so-portable 14-inch Razer Blade has got you covered when you want to take your gaming on the road, with an Intel Haswell processor and the latest Nvidia graphics.80
By Wired on July 02, 2013
Yeah, it’s a $1,999 laptop, but that’s a dollar cheaper than Toshiba’s far less interesting KIRABook, which didn’t even have fancy green keyboard backlights. Come on!90
By MaximumPC on July 02, 2013
With both Intel’s Haswell and Nvidia’s new 700M-series components shrinking and sipping less power, the super-portable, 14-inch, gaming laptop revolution is about to begin.90
By cnet on July 02, 2013
Ditching gimmicks and delivering on function, Razer’s slim 14-inch gaming laptop marries true power and good battery life into an excellent PC. All it lacks a stellar...70