Razer Blade 14 (2014)

  • Razer Blade 14 (2014)
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  • Great design.
  • Sharp, high-resolution display.
  • Good touchpad performance.


  • Poor battery life.
  • Heavy.

Expert reviews and ratings

By GameSpot on

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.

By Mashable on 95

The Razer Blade is the best gaming laptop you can buy.

By The Verge on 81

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.

By IGN on 82

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.

By cnet on 84

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.

By Train Games & Sports on 85

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.