If you like to game on the go and have a rather healthy bank balance, the news that Razer has added new high-end graphics options to its Razer Blade 15 should be right up your street.
Because GTX graphics just aren’t good enough in a laptop that weighs little more than 2 kg, you can now have a Razer Blade 15 with RTX graphics if you wish. The newly announced RTX 2060 is the cheapest way to future-proof your new Razer Blade 15, but Max-Q versions of both the RTX 2017 and RTX 2080 are available if you want a bit more power under the hood.
Of course, you’d be wise to choose a GPU that complements your screen option – an RTX 2080 might be considered overkill if you’re going to pair it with Razer’s standard FHD display, while an RTX 2060 probably isn’t going to allow you to game at native 4K with all settings set to ultra.
That’s the great thing about the Razer Blade 15 though, there’s a great degree of customisation available so you can tweak your own machine to your needs or budget. A myriad of connectivity options and an anti-ghosting keyboard powered by Razer Chroma come as standard though.
For more information about the Razer Blade 15, including pricing, visit the Razer website.