With US $499 price tag, US $399 with Razer notebook
We first saw the Razer Core, an external graphics box that connects to a notebook via Thunderbolt 3 port, back at CES 2016 in January, and today, Razer has finally unveiled a bit more details including the price, availability date and compatibility details.
Updates it with Skylake CPU, Chroma keyboard and Thunderbolt 3
Razer has released a new and updated version of its 14-inch Razer Blade notebook, refreshing the hardware with a Skylake CPU, better storage, USB Type-C Thunderbolt 3 port and a lower price.
With an optional Razer Core external graphics box
At the CES 2016 show in rainy Las Vegas, Razer has announced its newest addition to the Blade notebook series, a 12.5-inch ultrabook packed in an aluminum chassis which gets additional GPU power from an optional external graphics box, called the Razer Core.
14 inch HD goes for €2.499,99 and QHD+ jumps to €2.999,99
Razer has brought its 14-inch Blade gaming notebook to Europe and it is available at Razer's own European store from December 18.
Lenovo's Y-Series Razer Edition gaming desktops
Unveiled ahead of the DreamHack Winter 2015 show, Lenovo has partnered up with Razer in order to "revolutionize gaming devices", by unveiling the latest Lenovo Y-Series Razer Ediion gaming desktop prototype.
Bringing Maxwell to mid-range notebooks
While the mobile GTX 980M and GTX 970M GPUs can be seen in plenty of high-end gaming notebooks, Nvidia has now unveiled a couple of new mid-range mobile Maxwell GPUs, the GTX 960M and the GTX 950M.
With new Core i7-4720HQ CPU and GTX 970M
Razer has upgraded its 14-inch Blade gaming notebook by adding a new Intel's Core i7-4720HQ CPU, option and an Nvidia's Geforce GTX 970M GPU.
December 2nd $99 in North America
3200x1800 pixel 14-inch panel
Razer Nostromo successor