Razer Blade Pro uber-expensive laptop has GTX 1080 and low-profile mechanical keyboard

Posted on Thursday, Oct 20 2016 @ 23:55 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Razer announces the new Blade Pro, a 17.3" gaming laptop with a 4K resolution IGZO G-Sync display, Intel Core i7-6700HQ, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 video card, 32GB DDR4-2133, dual-SSD, and world's first ultra-low profile mechanical keyboard. The system has a CNC aluminium unibody chassis and is marketed as the thinnest desktop replacement on the market, it's just 0.88" thick.

The Blade Pro is packed with features, it has a RGB LED backlight, RAID 0, Thunderbolt 3, 100% Adobe RGB color gamut, a vapor chamber based thermal design, a large trackpad, and Killer DoubleShot Pro (WiFi + Bluetooth 4.1 + Gigabit Ethernet).
Play like a pro, type like an expert. The ultra-low-profile mechanical keyboard of the Razer Blade Pro was built from the ground up to bring you an uncompromised desktop grade experience that feels tactile, accurate and responsive for work or play. This revolutionary technology with slim chiclet keycaps raises the bar for ultra-mobile keyboards. Featuring anti-ghosting capabilities, optimized reset points and an actuation force of 65g, the world’s first ultra-low-profile mechanical switch delivers the same performance and clicky feel as a traditional mechanical keyboard.
You can check the full specifications at Razer's website but you'd better sit down for the pricing, it starts at $3,699! Shipments start in November.

Razer Blade Pro 2016

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