Razer introduced a new Blade 15 laptop, and it is the first in the world with a 240 Hz OLED display. The gaming brand also refreshed the chipset, and it is now a 12th-generation Intel Core i9-12900H.
The panel of the new Blade 15 comes with QHD resolution, and the company claimed it has a 1 ms response rate. There is also a 100% DCI-P3 color gamut coverage and 400 nits brightness. The Intel processor is coupled with an Nvidia RTX 3070 Ti GPU (for laptops, obviously), 32GB DDR5 RAM and a 1TB SSD. There’s also an extra M.2 slot for even more storage and a micro SD slot on the right-hand side.
Razer also kept the ultra-efficient vapor chamber cooling instead of having a heat pipe, like the one in the base model with a Core i7 processor. And because gamers love RGB, the company kept this feature per key.
All these specs sound great in theory, but in practice, the laptop can be purchased as early as Q4 2022 – right in time for Black Friday deals and Christmas. The price is set at $3,499.99.