Razer Gaming Laptops - Know Your Options

Author : Efrain Silva Are you as serious a Razer gamer as I am (or perhaps even more serious, if possible)? Then I want to let you in on a little something….if you haven’t looked into it for yourself already…..some great laptops that Razer itself has recommended.

So, in a nutshell, we’ve got the Razer Book 13 and the Razer Blade Stealth 13, each of these two categories broken down into several sub - products, so to speak. For more on that, look specifically here when you get a minute (or just read what I am about to tell you, here, as I’m not finished yet…) : HERE

We’re talking about a list of 8 great, different, but similar, laptops here that you can use specifically for gaming….Razer, actually. Now, of these selections, do make note that you should be willing and prepared to invest about $1,800 (for the 120 Hz one) at the very least or about $2,000 for the others on this same page. They all come with the latest Home version of Windows 10, a nice touch as well. And when you scrolled down, did you notice they start at a minimum of 8GB RAM, for one of the first of three Mercury ones listed, and the rest have no less than 16 GB? That means, to say the least, that quality memory, storage and speed have not been forgotten.

In addition to these, do not forget that you can make the most of your Razer gaming moments with a 17 inch laptop the likes of the Razer Blade Pro, officially sold here : https://www.razer.com/gaming-laptops/razer-blade-pro

Greater core - processing, with faster screens, is what this one is all about — and it is a product that no less delivers what it promises you. That is a fact. I think, with that said, its $2,600 starting price is quite a fair one….and its 17.3” display really stands head and shoulders above even some of the best “15 displays alive today. Give it a look.

But that is not all — of course, one of my unforgettable favorites is also the Razer Blade 15 Base Edition, which you can Google for yourself and find listed on so many sites as well. Try to look at the official Razer site to learn more on it, first, but it also can’t hurt to see what Amazon reviewers have said (as well as what some new buyers have asked / answered about it). This one specifically gets you a 256GB SSD (M.2 NVMe). I really like that. And you get a full HD experience with it, playing those favorite levels has never felt better…..

Plus, to add, this one already comes with the latest Windows 10 Home, as expected, and even offers a i7-10750H 6 Core of 2.6 GHz & 5.0 GHz potential, respectively. So do check it out. Heck, check out all of these.