Sharp­ened blade

Razer un­veils first THX-cer­ti­fied gam­ing note­book in the world.

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Just when you thought that Razer couldn’t pos­si­bly ssi­bly a e its ag­ship ga ing note­boo , the Blade Pro, any more im­pres­sive than it al­ready is, the Cal­i­for­ni­a­ni­abased com­pany has man­aged to do ex­actly that with h the new Blade Pro.

What’s new about the new Blade Pro? Well, for starters, rters, it’s the rst gam­ing note­boo in the world to re­ceive the pres­ti­gious TH certi cation. Sure, you might be feel­ing ling a lit­tle du­bi­ous since Razer did, after all, ac­quire the es­teemed steemed au­dio vis­ual com­pany – which Ge­orge Lu­cas founded d back in 1983 – in Oc­to­ber last year. But you can rest as­sured that Razer didn’t just slap the TH certi cation onto the Blade Pro just be­cause it could, as the 17.3-inch 4K IGZO NVIDIA G-SYNC dis­play of the Blade Pro has been cal­i­brated and tested for res­o­lu­tion, color ac­cu­racy and video play­back per­for­mance. The same ap­plies for its au­dio out­put, too, which, ac­cord­ing to Razer, has “met THX re­quire­ments for volt­age out­put, fre­quency re­sponse, dis­tor­tion, sig­nal-to-noise ra­tio, and crosstalk.” Razer didn’t leave the per­for­mance of the Blade Pro un­touched while they were hon­ing its au­dio vis­ual ca­pa­bil­i­ties. The 2.6GHz In­tel Core i7-6700HQ pro­ces­sor of its pre­de­ces­sor has been swapped out for a more po­tent 2.9GHz In­tel Core i7-7820HK pro­ces­sor, while the fre­quency of its 32GB DDR4 RAM has been given a boost to 2,667MHz. No changes have been made to its NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 GPU, for ob­vi­ous rea­sons.

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