The Gaming Razer Blade 2014 Laptop Review

Razer has a great track record with its laptops: every one of the three of the gaming portables we’ve had in the labs scored four out of five stars, and two (Razer Blade and Razer Edge Pro) have even beaten our graphs as Editors’ Choice champs. Presently, they’ve been overhauled, and this is what we saw throughout a brisk sneak look. 


On the outside, the Razer Blade looks truly like a year ago model, with the same green triskelion made of snakes on its dark-tinted top. Open her up, and you’ll perceive that the screen now has much deeper shades and screen components will look so much more honed. That is on account of the new Razer Blade accompanies a Retina-quality 3,200-by-1,800-determination ) show 262 pixels for every inch, an enormous change oard of a year ago model. 


The 2014 model characteristics a Nvidia Geforce GTX 870m GPU and fourth-gen 4702hq processor as the motors that pump smooth full-screen representation to the Blade’s presentation. Presently, no single-GPU framework will play AAA titles at 3,200 by 1,800 (yet), yet tweak the quality settings down to medium-high and you’ll get smooth gameplay out . Different characteristics incorporate 128-512gb SSD stockpiling, 8gb of Ddr3l-1600 memory, 802.11ac, three USB 3.0 ports, HDMI, 10-point touch, and an illuminated hostile to-ghosting console. The framework is 0.7-inches thin and weighs under four and a half pounds, making it a conveyable powerhouse. The Razer Blade begins at $2,199 (with 128gb SSD), preorders are open now, and frameworks will transport in mid-April. 

razer blade laptop

razer blade laptop


Razer has a great track record with its laptops: every one of the three of the gaming portables we’ve had in the labs scored four out of five stars, and two (Razer Blade and Razer Edge Pro) have even bested our diagrams as Editors’ Choice champs. Presently, they’ve been overhauled, and this is what we saw throughout a fast sneak look. 
On the outside, the Razer Blade looks truly like a year ago model, with the same green triskelion made of snakes on its dark-tinted top. Open her up, and you’ll recognize that the screen now has much deeper colors and screen components will look so much more honed. That is on account of the new Razer Blade accompanies a Retina-quality 3,200-by-1,800-determination ) show 262 pixels for every inch, a huge change board of a year ago model. 


The 2014 model characteristics a Nvidia Geforce GTX 870m GPU and fourth-gen processor as the motors that pump smooth full-screen illustrations to the Blade’s presentation. Presently, no single-GPU framework will play AAA titles at 3,200 by 1,800 (yet), yet tweak the quality settings down to medium-high and you’ll get smooth gameplay out. Different characteristics incorporate 128-512gb SSD stockpiling, 8gb of Ddr3l-1600 memory, 802.11ac, three USB 3.0 ports, HDMI, 10-point touch, and an illuminated against-ghosting console. The framework is 0.7-inches thin and weighs under four and a half pounds, making it a conveyable powerhouse. The Razer Blade begins at $2,199 (with 128gb SSD), preorders are open now, and frameworks will deliver in mid-April. 

The Razer Blade Pro is the bigger of the two new frameworks, and like the 14-inch Blade, the 17-inch Razer Blade Pro’s body looks practically indistinguishable to a year ago model. Not substance to simply be a gaming apparatus, the Razer Blade Pro has its novel Razer Switchblade UI (SBUI), a double column of programmable keys over the touchpad with its own particular LCD board. SBUI gives you a chance to appoint macros for Windows 8 Charms, recreations, and expert projects like Maya, GIMP, and Adobe Creative Suite applications. 

The illuminated console feels as robust as Razer’s gaming consoles, and the Nvidia Geforce GTX 860m GPU powers the 17.3-inch 1,920-by-1,080-determination LCD show. Like on the 14-inch Razer Blade, the Razer Blade Pro is intended to play head AAA gaming titles at full-screen determination, however not so much with all the quality sliders pegged to 11. 

The Razer Blade Pro characteristics an , 16gb of Ddr3l-1600 memory, 128-512gb SSD, 802.11ac Wi-Fi, three USB 3.0 ports, HDMI, and Ethernet. Gaming was almost as snappy and agreeable on the Razer Blade Pro, however at a little more than 6.5 pounds its a bit heftier and bulkier than its younger sibling. The Razer Blade Pro begins at $2,299 (128gb SSD), and is accessible now.
Amusements and high-determination substance look shocking on the screen, obviously, however it constrains yet an alternate examination between Razer and Apple. Particularly, I mean Cupertino’s Macbook Pro with Retina show: The Blade’s new board is brilliant (its actual), yet not everything scales well. Projects like Origin demand showing content, symbols and windows enhanced for a 1080p presentation, making them seem miniscule at the Blade’s default determination (Razer lets me know that fix for this is approaching, nonetheless). Essentially, diversions arranged to run at 1080p will be shown in a vast, dark fringe unless the Blade’s desktop determination is dialed down to match. While this isn’t a hard errand to finish, it makes running diversions on the portable computer a bit less easy to understand; I discovered I must be significantly more aware of amusement and presentation settings than common.

 

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First ever 4k UHD Toshiba Dynabook T954 Laptop to be launched in Japan

Although 4k resolution TVs ( UHD ) have not yet been adopted in the wild, Toshiba rushes to launch Japan’s first laptop with such a panel. We don’t expect to see the Dynabook T954 model anytime soon in other international markets . It is well known that the Japanese market is a test market for many manufacturers. Toshiba went for a 3840×2160 pixels resolution using an 15.6 ” IGZO panel . If we take under consideration that Lenovo has provided a 3200×1800 pixels resolution on a 13.3 ” panel, pixel density does not seem so great.

 

toshiba dynabook t954 4k

toshiba dynabook t954 4k

The netbook will be powered by an Intel Core i7 -4700 HQ, a high-performance model and will have a dedicated AMD Radeon R9 M265X video card enclosure . With 8 GB RAM and 1TB HDD hybrid storage, the Toshiba Dynabook T954 will be a very attractive laptop .Windows 8.1 Operating system is running and the ultra HD resolution panel is touch sensitive.

Not to be cheeky, , but I do not believe that this resolution brings any benefit to the end user. As we discussed in the case of Yoga 2 Pro sold by Lenovo , it is almost useless for an operating system which can’t scale all the graphics from inside one application .

The picture will be clearer and more details will be available , but right now the user will not be able to work at native resolution and increasing Desktop text is not an option because its not recognized by all applications. For those interested , Toshiba Dynabook T954 will cost about $ 3,500 in Japan.