Razer released Blade and Blade Pro, where they called it as ‘Worlds’ first Gaming Laptop’.
Not really sure why they’ve said that in their press release, but in any case, both variants use 4th generation Intel Core Series processor ‘Haswell’ with Nvidia GTX 765M GPU Unit, followed by Qualcomm’s Killer NIC N1202 which supports 802.11 a/b/g/n and Bluetooth 4.0.
The 900p Blade however uses TN panel, though the panel used on 1080p is unknown. It is disappointing to see that for a gaming notebook with a price tag starting from $1,000 with Blade, it doesn’t have an 1080p IPS panel or anything known to have better viewing angles. Anandtech has done excellent analysis of the hardware analysis over here and clearly points out that Asus notebooks with 11″ and 13″ display for $1,000 comes with 1080p matte finish IPS panels.
The price for Blade starts at $1,799 and Blade Pro starts at $2,299 with pre-orders starting on June 3 in U.S. and Canada.