The laptop with the most power per cubic inch just got a little bit more powerful. Updated to the latest Core i7-4720HQ quad-core processor from Intel, the 14-inch Razer Blade has also been christened with Nvidia’s latest 3GB GTX 970M graphics card — crisper, faster, and more powerful gaming on the run, definitely.
16GB of RAM is included by default, while the processor is clocked at 2.6GHz and can be turbo-boosted up to 3.6Ghz — speed is all the Blade knows. To top it all off, a higher-resolution display is included, at 3200×1800 pixels with IGZO touch display technology; a lower power display material better-suited for higher pixel densities.
Price? $2200, with a launch on February 16th.