Sunday, 11 August 2013

Razer Blade Pro A Best Gaming Solution



Large, flat, strong - and damn expensive Razer Blade Pro comes with an equally stylish as expensive gaming notebook on the market. Razer Blade Pro noble has a height of 2.24 inches and costs around 2,300 dollars. Gaming notebooks are usually bulky and heavy chunks. They serve rather than as a replacement for a desktop PC for the transport from A to B. Razer's brand new and currently available only in the U.S. and Canada Blade Pro is only 2.24 inches high and thus goes through almost as Ultrabook. However it is heavy around 2,968 pounds. But similar devices usually bring more than four kilograms. When closed, it wears a black case in metallic look. The workmanship is impeccable with sharp edges, large gaps. The Blade Pro has a huge 17.3-inch screen with brilliant and anti reflective. At its 43.94-centimeter diagonal, it presents games, videos and photos in full HD with razor sharp 1920 x 1080 pixels. Instead of a number pad, the Blade Pro has a small touch screen mounted above ten keys - known as the Switchblade User Interface. The keys have small LEDs. By software can be so with different commands and macros (sequences of instructions) above and across the screen, communicate with other players who follow, also play YouTube videos and access Facebook messages.

This is can be achieve with downloading Razer apps. As the processor comes in a Razer Blade Pro Core i7 processor (i7-4700HQ) from Intel's Haswell current row to use, potter whose four cores with a clock speed of 2.4 GHz. For image reproduction Nvidia just imagined Kepler GPU Geforce GTX 765m is responsible, who has two gigabytes of GDDR5 graphics memory of the fast type. Without question, for Word, Excel and Internet applications, the Core i7 processor is simply oversized. The Blade Pro does all Office applications as well as in no time-consuming photo and video editing. This is not only due to the strong CPU. Because instead of a lame hard disk with magnetic disks, the blade has a Pro SSD with fast flash memory (in the version tested 256 gigabytes). When reading and writing data, it comes working withoutdelays. Razer Blade Pro is slim, offers a full complement of equipment and the Switchblade User Interface a unique touch. But there is also something to complain about: For a 2,300 U.S. dollars expensive gaming laptop has a graphics chip, which has sufficient power reserves even for upcoming action flick. And the loud under full load operating noise is annoying player in the long run. Good for the impeccable workmanship and performance for notebooks of this class surprisingly long battery life.

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