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