Razer has unveiled its newest addition into the gaming notebook line-up, The Blade, which is touted as the world’s thinnest in the category.
The Blade comes in at just 0.66 inches thin, which equates to 1.68 cm.
The notebook is powered with a 4th gen Intel Core processor, the Nvidia GeForce GTX 765M GPU, and utilises solid-state storage with boot speeds of up to four-times faster than a traditional 5400-RPM notebook hard drive.
The aluminium chassis, 14-inch LED backlit display (1600 x 900 resolution), custom-designed trackpad, and backlit gaming grade keyboard (anti-ghosting capabilities and programmable keys), all give the exrtra bells and whistles to the device.
It also features six hours of battery life, and a Killer Wireless-N networking adaptor to cater for those online gaming sessions.
The laptop features 8GB of 1,600 MHz DDR3L memory and comes standard with 128 GB of total solid-state storage with options for a 256 GB or 512 GB SSD. The Razer Blade also comes with Dolby Home Theatre v4.
The Razer Blade is available for pre-order at $1,799 from the Razer Store.