Razer Blade Series

Razer Blade 14 inchProcessor: Intel Core i7 2640M, Intel Core i7 3632QM, Intel Core i7 4702HQ
Graphics Adapter: NVIDIA GeForce GT 555M, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660M, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 765M
Display: 14.0 inch, 17.3 inch
Weight: 1.904kg, 3kg, 3.2kg
Price: 1700, 2000, 2800 euro
Average Score: 80% - good
Average of 20 scores (from 34 reviews)
price: 85%, performance: 87%, features: 82%, display: 81%
mobility: 78%, workmanship: 92%, ergonomy: 92%, emissions: 82%

 

Razer Blade

Specifications

Razer BladeNotebook: Razer Blade
Processor: Intel Core i7 2640M
Graphics Adapter: NVIDIA GeForce GT 555M
Display: 17.3 inch, 16:9, 1920x1080 pixels
Weight: 3.2kg
Price: 2800 euro
Links: Razer homepage
 Blade (Model)

Average Score: 60% - poor
Average of 2 scores (from 7 reviews)

 

Hands on: Razer Blade review
Source: Techradar English
Our time with the Razer Blade at PAX Prime 2012 was all too brief, but we were intrigued by the combination of raw power, tight form factor and the stunning Switchblade UI. The Blade impressed us when it was first announced in August 2011 as part of Razer's "PC Gaming's Not Dead campaign", and the San Diego-based computer maker has certainly made its point. This new redesign is very exciting, especially at the not-unaffordable price point of $2499. We look forward to putting the Razer Blade through its paces for a full review!
Single Review, online available, Very Short, Date: 09/01/2012
60% Razer Blade 17.3-inch Laptop PC
Source: Comp Reviews English
Razer made a huge splash with the Blade at CES 2012 thanks to its extremely thin profile, fancy LCD backlit keys and trackpad and promise of high gaming performance. For the most part, this system does deliever as being the thinnest 17-inch on the market with its unique trackpad and programmable buttons.
Single Review, online available, Short, Date: 07/18/2012
Rating: Total score: 60%
60% Razer Blade
Source: CNet English
You can't accuse Razer of playing it safe. Razer's first laptop, the Razer Blade, is a thin gaming computer with some futuristic design touches, but a high price means you're paying for design -- and for the second-screen signature Switchblade UI interface that doesn't do as much as we hoped it would...yet.
Single Review, online available, Long, Date: 04/10/2012
Rating: Total score: 60% performance: 60% mobility: 70%
The Razer Blade Review
Source: AnandTech English
Before starting on the Blade itself, let’s talk about what it represents to Razer as a company. This is Razer’s first foray into the PC space, and it’s a very, very solid first effort. There are definitely some details that show they’re new to this game, but they’re the kinds of things that Razer will figure out as they move forward.
Single Review, online available, Long, Date: 03/15/2012
Razer Blade 17.3-inch LED Gaming Laptop Initial Impressions Preview
Source: Tweaktown English
Unfortunately it's going to be out of reach of many and I really hope Razer come back soon with a cheaper model, maybe a 15-inch version with some cut down specs, to open up the Blade laptop to the mass gaming market. To Min and the rest of the Razer team, just don't ditch the SSD though and keep all your cool bits you added to the Blade, as it is a really good product in my opinion and deserves the hype surrounding it. Now, I think I was about to install Battlefield 3 on the Blade, allow me to get back to it, will you?
Single Review, online available, Short, Date: 02/08/2012
Razer Blade review: hands-on
Source: T3 English
The Razer Blade is definitely a niche product, and an odd one at that. You’ll get some fast hardware in a well-designed package, but because of the placement of the touch screen, the laptop feels really wide. Even though this thing comes equipped with a large 17.3-inch screen, there’s no optical drive, and hardcore gamers might also find that they’ll run out of space pretty quickly with only 256GB on the SSD. With a $2,700 sticker price, you probably have some incredibly specific gaming needs if you’re the target for this machine.
Single Review, online available, Very Short, Date: 01/12/2012
Razer Blade: Eyes-on With the 'Future' of PC Gaming
Source: PC World English
It takes quite a bit of bravado to claim that this machine is going to "save PC gaming," but I can see where Razer's going with this. Consoles have stolen the limelight, largely leaving us PC gaming fans stuck with shoddy ports. A product like the Blade is supposed to get people talking again, about the unique features and opportunities you can only get on a PC. I'm still partial to desktops, and that $2800 price tag gives me pause -- it's closer to the higher end of the desktop replacement category. But well heeled gamers take note: this is one to watch.
Single Review, online available, Very Short, Date: 08/26/2011

 

Razer Blade RZ09-00830100-R3U1

Specifications

Razer Blade RZ09-00830100-R3U1Notebook: Razer Blade RZ09-00830100-R3U1
Processor: Intel Core i7 3632QM
Graphics Adapter: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660M
Display: 17.3 inch, 16:9, 1920x1080 pixels
Weight: 3kg
Price: 2000 euro
Links: Razer homepage

Average Score: 82.75% - good
Average of 8 scores (from 13 reviews)

 

90% Razer Blade (R2) Gaming Laptop Review
Source: Hardwareheaven English
Starting with the build quality and design of the new Razer Blade we have a system which has taken the Ultrabook concept and built a gaming system around it. This of course means a significant change in size to accommodate the large 17" display but also allows a much more flexible choice of components. The overall build quality of the Blade is very good with the metal chassis finished nicely.
Single Review, online available, Very Long, Date: 02/08/2013
Rating: Total score: 90% price: 90% performance: 90% workmanship: 100%
80% Razer New Blade RZ09 17.3-inch Laptop PC
Source: Comp Reviews English
Razer's New Blade system corrects many of the performance issues that plagued the original model of thin gaming laptop. In particular, the graphics and processor and now much closer to a full gaming system than the past model. The drawback still is the extreme price tag that is nearly a thousand dollars more than many similarly performance equipped systems.
Single Review, online available, Short, Date: 02/04/2013
Rating: Total score: 80%
Razer Blade review: gaming and only gaming
Source: PC World English
So if you're a LAN party aficionado looking for something lighter than the usual massive gaming laptops, Razer's Blade is a sleek system that will turn heads. But if you're looking to acquire a thin, light 17-inch laptop as a tool for photography or other general use, you'll want something else.
Single Review, online available, Short, Date: 11/19/2012
PC gaming's concept car
Source: CNet English
The new Blade makes good on its promise of improving its internal specs to a level we expected in the first place. It's still impressively thin, runs games better than before, and has a striking design. However, the Switchblade UI, while innovative in concept, doesn't yet have the sort of gaming support it needs. Who knows when it will. The Blade is the most portable of the big-screen gaming laptops, and the new version improves on the first.
Single Review, online available, Long, Date: 10/17/2012
80% Razer Blade (2012)
Source: PC Mag English
If you want truly portable gaming, there's no passing up the Razer Blade (2012). With its lightweight, slim design, and relatively long battery life, the Blade is one of the few gaming laptops that will actually game on the go. It's also one of only two laptops on the market to feature the Switchblade interface (the other is the previous Razer Blade laptop). You'll get better raw performance if you pick up the Editors' Choice Alienware M17X R4, but unlike the Alienware, you actually can pick up the Razer Blade (2012) since it's half the weight. And while the $2,500 price of the Blade may seem a bit steep, it's not hard to justify for on-the-go gaming.
Single Review, online available, Medium, Date: 10/11/2012
Rating: Total score: 80%
90% New Razer Blade Review
Source: T Break English
At the end of the day the new Razer Blade provides a very unique experience for PC gamers. Of course, you can get a far better specced gaming laptop for far more than the single option available on the new Razer Blade, like Alienware; or slightly better specs with a slightly lesser price point, like MSI and ASUS. However, none of those companies have the build of the new Razer Blade, vis-à-vis real portability.
Single Review, online available, Medium, Date: 10/07/2012
Rating: Total score: 90%
The New Razer Blade: Thoroughly Reviewed
Source: AnandTech English
Though they are unwilling to release sales figures, Razer claims that the original Blade was an unqualified sales hit, with demand far outstripping supply in the first number of weeks after it went on sale. Undoubtedly, they weren’t manufacturing units in any huge volumes, but it’s safe to say that Razer themselves weren’t expecting the Blade to sell as fast as it did. But even though the original Blade was a success, it wasn’t really a hard product to follow up.
Single Review, online available, Long, Date: 10/03/2012
70% Arcade Fire
Source: Wired Magazine English
While the Blade remains a quirky and wholly unique computing — and gaming — computer, I’m hard-pressed to name a more enjoyable gaming laptop. Using the touchpad instead of a mouse for WASD games isn’t easy, but it’s doable in a pinch — and external mice are still cheap. And hey, Razer would probably love to sell you one of those, too.
Single Review, online available, Very Short, Date: 10/01/2012
Rating: Total score: 70%
Razer Blade review (late 2012)
Source: Engadget English
It's hard to hit the market with a self-given description as the "world's first true gaming laptop" only to get knocked down by critics. Subpar audio, a finicky hinge and crippled performance were all common complaints about the original Razer Blade. The reaction among gamers sent a shockwave through Razer, and the company vowed to do better.
Single Review, online available, Long, Date: 09/30/2012
70% Razer Blade (2012) Review
Source: Laptop Mag English
We didn't think it could be done. But Razer has managed to create a highly portable 17.3-inch gaming notebook that delivers remarkable performance for its size. Getting the new quad-core Core i7 CPU and Nvidia GTX graphics in a sleek 0.88-inch shell is pretty sweet. And, there's no denying that its Switchblade UI is one of the most innovative things we've seen in a gaming notebook in a while.
Single Review, online available, Long, Date: 09/30/2012
Rating: Total score: 70%
90% Razer Blade Review
Source: Techradar English
We're very much impressed. From top to bottom, the Razer Blade is a very well-thought out design, and is a joy to use on a day-to-day basis. The hardest-core gamers will marvel at the quick key effects the customizable Switchblade UI permits. Everyone else will marvel at how cool it is.
Single Review, online available, Very Long, Date: 09/30/2012
Rating: Total score: 90%
92% Die Schöne ist jetzt das Biest
Source: Notebookinfo German DE→EN
Single Review, online available, Medium, Date: 11/07/2012
Rating: Total score: 92% performance: 90% display: 90% mobility: 90% ergonomy: 100% emissions: 88%
Spiele-Notebook im Praxis-Check
Source: Chip.de German DE→EN
Positive: unique device; thin chassis Negative: mediocre performance; high price
Single Review, online available, Medium, Date: 12/03/2012

 

Razer Blade 14 inch

The latest 14 inch Razer Blade is super thin. In fact, it is marketed as the world’s thinnest gaming laptop. It is super light at 1.8 kg and is filled to the brim with power. The design is the Razer Blade’s signature look is all premium stealth plane black with minimalist green accents. It is sturdy without doubt and the keyboard is as perfect as usual for Alienware keyboards. For those familiar with the previous Razer Blades, this latest offering is missing the unique Switchblade interface. This could be a good step into the mainstream market – most people prefer not to learn how to use new interfaces. However, the Switchblade interface was a spark of innovation that was impressive and exciting and some fans will miss it.

The 1600 x 900 TN display provides a purportedly slightly faster response time by milliseconds and allows a thinner profile, but it is not what one expects from a high end device. Under the slim hood is a 2.2 GHz (up to 3.2 GHz with Turbo Boost) Intel Core i7 4702HQ Haswell processor, 8GB of RAM and NVIDIA's GTX 765M GPU. With the power saving Haswell core users can expect over 6 hours of battery life for moderate use – previously unheard of from a powerful gaming machine. Most games can run at the highest settings, while the most demanding ones will run well on medium settings. It is not future proof, since it cannot quite handle the most demanding games on the highest settings now, future games will be sure to flummox it. Considering the high price of the Razer Blade, this is unacceptable – but the brand is known to have its fans.

Specifications

Razer Blade 14 inchNotebook: Razer Blade 14 inch
Processor: Intel Core i7 4702HQ
Graphics Adapter: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 765M 2048 MB
Display: 14.0 inch, 16:9, 1600x900 pixels
Weight: 1.904kg
Price: 1700 euro
Sold in: Anglo-America
Links: Razer homepage
 Blade 14 inch (Model)

Average Score: 82% - good
Average of 9 scores (from 14 reviews)

 

80% Review Razer Blade 14 Notebook | Notebookcheck
A wolf in sheep's clothing. Gaming notebooks do not necessarily have to be big, bulky and heavy. Razer shows that you can also put a lot of performance into a thin case.
60% Razer Blade 14"
Source: Digital Versus English
The 14" Razer Blade is a poorly executed great idea. It's thinner and lighter than the competing gaming laptops and has just as good processing and gaming capabilities as the best of them. Unfortunately, it overheats like crazy and has ridiculously low screen contrast, bringing down the overall experience.
Single Review, online available, Long, Date: 10/04/2013
Rating: Total score: 60%
Razer Blade 14" Gaming Laptop Hands On
Source: Techspot English
With the new 14-inch Razer Blade, the company has created a gaming machine the likes of which we may not have seen for at least another couple of years otherwise. This sort of fearless innovation is exactly what the PC gaming hardware industry needs to take them beyond the big scary boxes and into the hearts and homes of gamers everywhere.
Single Review, online available, Short, Date: 07/05/2013
79% Slim gaming powerhouse brings great battery life
Source: CNet English
In what direction should PC gaming evolve? Tablet, laptop, or hybrid? Experimental or traditional? Ditching gimmicks and delivering on function, Razer’s slim 14-inch gaming laptop marries true power and good battery life into an excellent PC. All it lacks a stellar display.
Single Review, online available, Medium, Date: 07/02/2013
Rating: Total score: 79% performance: 90% mobility: 80%
80% Razer Blade Review
Source: Digital Trends English
The original Blade was interesting, but it fell short in performance and portability, making it more of a curiosity than a strong choice for consumers. Now, thanks to new hardware and a new design, Razer fulfilled its original vision. This gaming laptop can handle most games at high detail, yet it provides battery life that’s just a tad above an average Ultrabook.
Single Review, online available, Long, Date: 07/02/2013
Rating: Total score: 80%
14-inch Razer Blade gaming laptop review: smaller, faster, lighter
Source: Engadget English
Razer's 14-inch Blade is almost everything we wanted out of the company's first gaming laptop: a smaller, less-expensive machine with longer battery life, more power and a shockingly attractive chassis. These elements lift the machine's stature, defining it not only as a solid gaming machine, but also as a great Windows laptop in general.
Single Review, online available, Long, Date: 07/02/2013
80% Razer Blade 14 Review
Source: Laptop Mag English
Razer has churned out a sexy and powerful gaming laptop with an amazingly slim profile. The Blade 14's high-end specs allow it to trade shots with heavyweights without breaking a sweat. We also love the customizable, backlit keyboard and more than 8 hours of battery life (when you're not gaming).
Single Review, online available, Long, Date: 07/02/2013
Rating: Total score: 80%
90% Razer Blade Review
Source: Maximum PC English
The Razer Blade isn’t without its flaws, but the fact that it’s half the size of many gaming laptops while offering much more power, all in a super sexy form factor, is crazy. It may not be cheap at $2,000, but Razer’s new philosophy of squeezing the most power per cubic-inch is noble and should be applauded.
Single Review, online available, Medium, Date: 07/02/2013
Rating: Total score: 90%
80% Razer Blade (2013)
Source: PC Mag English
From its lightweight, portable design to its significantly improved performance, better graphics, and much longer battery life, it's clear that the Razer Blade (2013) is the laptop to buy if you want PC gaming on the go. Compared to the bulk and weight of other gaming PCs—even portable systems like the Maingear Pulse 11 and the Alienware m14x R2—the 14-inch Razer Blade (2013) is something different. It's not so drastic a change as Razer's other portable gaming PC, the Razer Edge Pro$1,214.15 at Amazon, but with such a clear improvement in performance, battery-life, and overall portability, it's our new Editors' Choice for ultraportable gaming PCs.
Single Review, online available, Short, Date: 07/02/2013
Rating: Total score: 80%
90% Razer Blade review
Source: Techradar English
Ultimately and despite these few concerns, the Razer Blade sets a new high mark for what a mid-size Windows laptop can and should be. It looks fantastic, exhibits top-notch performance in both day-to-day use and gaming. And it's comfortable to work on. One final note: It's worth mentioning that PC gaming laptops are experiencing an impressive renaissance right now. Ever since Windows 8 released at the end of 2012, we've seen a series of pretty amazing systems come across our desks.
Single Review, online available, Long, Date: 07/02/2013
Rating: Total score: 90% price: 80% performance: 100% features: 100% workmanship: 90%
90% Razer Blade 14-Inch
Source: Wired Magazine English
WIRED Record-setting performance on all fronts — including battery life. Impressive portability, particularly for a gaming rig. Looks good, especially if you like snake symbology. TIRED A bit slow to boot. Pricey. No touchscreen. Still no SD card reader.
Single Review, online available, Very Short, Date: 07/02/2013
Rating: Total score: 90%
Razer Blade 14-Inch Gaming Notebook Review
Source: AnandTech English
I went into reviewing the Razer Blade 14-inch skeptical, and I came out of it largely a believer. Razer has done a million things right with this notebook design, and I actually have a very hard time understanding why a user would spend up for the 17-inch Razer Blade Pro. This 14-inch unit has almost everything you want and very little you don't, and it is the definitive gaming ultrabook.
Single Review, online available, Long, Date: 07/02/2013
Razer Blade 14-inch gaming laptop pictures and hands-on
Source: Pocket Lint English
The Razer Blade 14 unhinges the typical gaming laptop concept: this slender 14-inch slab is far smaller and thinner than a typical gaming laptop but doesn't hold back on the power or specification. Pocket-lint was on hand at the E3 gaming expo in Los Angeles, California, where we spent some time with the Razer Blade 14.
Single Review, online available, Very Short, Date: 06/17/2013
89% Razer Blade (2013) (256GB SSD)
Source: PC Games Hardware - Heft 12/2013 German DE→EN
Single Review, , Length Unknown, Date: 11/01/2013
Rating: Total score: 89%
Razer Blade : le PC portable 14 pouces de luxe pour les joueurs
Source: 01Net French FR→EN
Positive: High quality screen; newest components; very thin aluminum case.
Single Review, online available, Very Short, Date: 03/13/2014

 

Comment

Razer: Razer is a Californian company, founded in 1998. It is specialized in computer accessories like mouses, mousepads for gamers. In 2011, the first laptop review of a Razer laptop was published.


Modern games should be playable with these graphics cards at low settings and resolutions. Casual gamers may be happy with these cards.

NVIDIA GeForce GT 555M:

As the successor to the GeForce GT 445M, the GT 555M is available in many different versions based on different chips (GF106, GF116, GF108) with different graphics memory (128 Bit, 192 Bit, DDR3, GDDR5) and  varying core speeds.

With these GPUs you are able to play modern and demanding games fluently at medium detail settings and HD resolution.

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660M:

High-end graphics solution as part of the 600M series and the slowest enthusiast GTX model.

These graphics cards are able to play the latest and most demanding games in high resolutions and full detail settings with enabled Anti-Aliasing.

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 765M:

High-End Graphics cards as part of the Geforce 700M series based on the Kepler architecture.

» Further information can be found in our Comparison of Mobile Graphics Cards and the corresponding Benchmark List.


Intel Core i7: The Intel Core i7 for laptops is based on the LG1156 Core i5/i7 CPU for desktops. The base clock speed of the CPUs is relatively low, but because of a huge Turbo mode, the cores can dynamically overclock to up to 3.2 GHz (920XM). Therefore, the CPU can be as fast as high clocked dual-core CPUs (using single threaded applications) but still offer the advantage of 4 cores. Because of the large TDP of 45 W / 55 W, the CPU is only intended for large laptops.  

2640M: Very fast dual-core processor based on the Sandy Bridge architecture with an integrated graphics card and dual-channel DDR3 memory controller. 

3632QM: An Ivy Bridge-based quad-core processor clocked at 2.2 GHz with Turbo Boost support up to 3.2 GHz. Offers an integrated HD Graphics 4000 GPU and a dual channel DDR3 memory controller. The speciality of the i7-3632QM is the low TDP of 35 Watt compared to 45 Watt of the other Ivy Bridge quad core CPUs (e.g. 3610QM).

4702HQ: Haswell-based quad-core processor clocked at 2.2 GHz with Turbo Boost support up to 3.2 GHz. Offers an integrated HD Graphics 4600 GPU and a dual channel DDR3 memory controller.


14.0: 14 inch display size is a mixture between the small formats of subnotebooks and the 15 inch standard display. The reason why so many people like displays with medium size is, that this size is not exhausting for the eyes, does not need too much energy and the laptops can be kept quite compact.

17.3: Meanwhile the 17 inch display size is a more frequently offered standard format for desktop-replacements. The DTR-laptops can't be carried easily, need much energy but on the other side texts can be read easily and high resolutions are no problem. DTR mainly are intended for stationary usage on desks, where the weight and the energy need are unimportant.

» To find out how fine a display is, see our DPI List.


1.904 kg:

These sub-notebooks weight less than the average of all notebooks, but represent a heavier class of weight among the sub-notebooks. 12 inch displays are normal for this class of weight.

3.2 kg:

This weight is average for notebooks. Therefore the numerous mass of laptops with 15 inch display fits in this class of weight.


80%: This rating is not convincing. The laptop is evaluated below average, this is not really a recommendation for purchase.

» Further information can be found in our Notebook Purchase Guide.

Laptops with the same GPU and/or Screen Size

» Alienware 14
Core i7 4700MQ, 2.94 kg
» Alienware M14x, Haswell
Core i7 4900MQ, 2.8 kg

Notebooks with the same GPU

» Maingear Pulse 17
Core i7 4700HQ, 17.3", 2.7 kg
» MSI GS70-2OD-001US
Core i7 4700HQ, 17.3", 2.6 kg
» Asus G750JW-NH71
Core i7 4700HQ, 17.3", 4.8 kg
» MSI GS70-2OD-002US
Core i7 4700HQ, 17.3", 2.7 kg
» Eurocom Shark 2.0
Core i5 4200M, 15.6", 2.7 kg
» Gigabyte P27K
Core i7 4700MQ, 17.3", 3.2 kg
» Medion Medion Erazer X7611-MD98541
Core i7 4700HQ, 17.3", 2.7 kg
» Gigabyte P35K
Core i7 4700HQ, 15.6", 2.2 kg
» Ibuypower Battalion M1771-2
Core i7 4700HQ, 17.3", 2.7 kg
» MSI GE70 2OE-008RU
Core i7 4700MQ, 17.1", 2.7 kg
» Schenker XMG C703
Core i7 4700HQ, 17.3", 2.628 kg
» Schenker XMG A503
Core i5 4300M, 15.6", 2.67 kg
» MSI GS70-2OD-052XPL Stealth
Core i7 4700MQ, 17.3", 2.7 kg
» MSI GS70-65M21621
Core i7 4700HQ, 17.3", 2.72 kg
» Asus G750JW-T4031
Core i7 4700HQ, 17.3", 3.9 kg
» MSI GS70-2OD-021UK
Core i7 4700HQ, 17.3", 2.7 kg
» Digital Storm Veloce
Core i7 4800MQ, 13.3", 2.1 kg
» One K33-3E
Core i7 4702MQ, 13.3", 1.99 kg
» MSI GE60H-i765M2811B
Core i7 4700MQ, 15.6", 2.674 kg
» Sager NP7330
Core i7 4700MQ, 13.3", 2.1 kg
» Micro Express NB5720
Core i7 4900MQ, 15.6", 2.6 kg
» MSI GE70-i765M287
Core i7 4700MQ, 17.3", 3.05 kg
» MSI GE70-2OE-040PL
Core i7 4700MQ, 17.3", 3.1 kg
» Asus G750JW
Core i7 4700HQ, 17.3", 4.5 kg
» MSI GE60-2OE-003US
Core i7 4700MQ, 15.6", 2.4 kg
» Schenker XMG A523
Core i7 4700MQ, 15.6", 2.7 kg
» Razer Blade Pro 17 inch
Core i7 4700HQ, 17.3", 3 kg
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