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Razer Blade Pro 17 updated with new inards and 300Hz display option

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Updated with 10th gen Intel CPUs

The Razer Blade Pro 17 is a beast of a mobile gaming machine, with a massive display, powerful components, and a gaming-centric design. Razer has just dropped the announcement that this popular series of gaming laptop is getting a 2020 update, with some exciting spec bumps.

The biggest update with this new revision is the display options. They’ve added the option of a 4K 120Hz display, and a remarkably fast 1080p 300Hz option, for gamers who want the absolute maximum frame rates possible today. 300Hz is the fastest display option from any laptop on the market today.

The CPU has been updated to the i7-10875H, a speedy 10th gen Intel CPU that will be ideal for gaming, or any other tasks that are demanding on the CPU. They’ve also added the option of an RTX 2080 Super GPU, the most capable consumer laptop GPU on the market.

Brad Wildes, Senior Vice President of Razer’s Systems Business said this of the new revisions of the Razer Blade Pro 17”

“The Razer Blade Pro 17 is the perfect laptop for power users, pro gamers, and creatives alike. It’s a workstation, stream setup, and battle rig all wrapped up in one sleek and sexy 17-inch bundle. The Blade Pro 17 can tackle the latest games and most intensive workloads as easily as it can fit into a backpack.”

This is a very solid choice of laptop for anyone who wants a large screen high-end gaming machine and wants to have a beautiful and detailed display.

You can choose a specific configuration, or find out more details, over on Razer’s website.

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