Razer Blade Graphics Amplifier

As someone who just purchased a new Lenovo y50 I don't understand why the votes are falling the way they are. You don't really want a Razer Blade unless the difference in graphics card power makes THAT much of a difference to you. Yes it translates to larger gaming performance but the shelf life of the model doesn't justify the sticker price. It costs almost two thousand five hundred dollars but only comes with eight gigs of soldered on (read: no...
posted in Razer
What about the Razer blade core? Who wouldn't like a external graphics card?
The razer blade stealth is thin and ultraportable but it is just that. It doens't have a dedicated graphics card. It shouldn't be on this poll because it doens't have the gaming pottential of the others. If you like the razer to be on a drop, please chose the blade 14".
posted in Laptops
Apple won't do a massdrop, but I don't care. My big issue is that macbooks are useless for gaming or any kind of thing I want to do. Razer blade is fast, works for gaming, and will work for graphics processing EVEN BETTER than the Macbook. There is nothing you can do on a macbook that a Razer Blade can't do and more.
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New Community Mega Thread: Blades

posted in Surface
Spinet of a conversation of mine from another laptop discussion=

" I think the Surface Book is more powerful than the MacBooks "

I was looking to edit pictures with photoshop on the go, so i invested in THE HIGHEST END (before the performance base models) Surface book for $2700 and i liked that i could use the pen at first, but then i realized it is not well integrated for windows. But the main issue is that for adobe products, you need good clock ...
posted in Laptops
Im not so sure:
I was looking to edit pictures with photoshop on the go, so i invested in THE HIGHEST END (before the performance base models) Surface book for $2700 and i liked that i could use the pen at first, but then i realized it is not well integrated for windows. But the main issue is that for adobe products, you need good clock speeds on the processor and a graphics card for some of the heavier work. Its stupid that this product has a gr...
posted in gaming laptops
I just added the XPS 15 to this list, because i think it's a more customizable version of a Razer Blade Stealth, and retains all the compatibility with the Razer core, as well as a a better mix of IO. This is all a lower price point. The only drawback I've noticed is that it doesn't have 970m inside it, but rather a 960m graphics card. Although this trade off does make it more quiet.
No the core is separate... and expensive... and you have to supply your own graphics card as well...