If you can't afford the power of this year's Blade, you can still fetch the previous model, at a discount, for $1,700 on Razer's site. But, if you've got money to spend, there's no gaming laptop that I would recommend more than the new Blade.
The Razer Blade is the best gaming laptop you can buy.
Still, the rest of us probably won’t have long to wait: Nvidia’s new power-saving Maxwell chips for powerful gaming laptops are right around the bend, and it’s only a matter of time before they appear in the new Blade. If I know Razer, the company will stop at nothing to produce the perfect gaming laptop. It has a damn fine one right now. We’re just not quite there yet.
The 2014 Blade not only represents a significant evolutionary leap over last year's model, but a commendable attempt to push the entire category forward. And while the company's ambition is commendable, the Blade would have been better off with a more practical display to deliver better performance and a more attractive price.
Razer’s newest gaming laptop trades ultralong battery life for a fantastic screen and even better graphics. It’s a trade worth making: this is the best Razer gaming laptop, and the best thin gaming PC anywhere.
It’s beautiful, streamlined design is miles in advance of a lot of other high-end gaming laptops. As a small high-end gaming laptop with long battery life, it definitely is an all around excellent device. If you are looking for a small, trustworthy, streamlined gaming laptop, then you could merely have to consider the Razer.