Razer brings new Blade 15 with 240Hz OLED screen


Razer has unveiled a new Blade 15 laptop with a 240 Hz OLED display, making it the first of its kind in the world. The Intel Core i9-12900H chipset has also been updated by the gaming brand.

QHD resolution and a 1 millisecond reaction time were touted for the new Blade 15’s display. In addition, the DCI-P3 colour gamut is fully covered, and the brightness is rated at 400 nits. An Nvidia RTX 3070 Ti GPU (for laptops, of course), 32GB of DDR5 RAM, and a 1TB SSD round out the Intel CPU configuration. On the right, you’ll find a micro SD card port and an additional M.2 slot for additional storage.

It’s a good thing Razer didn’t ditch the vapour chamber cooling system, which is much more effective than the heat pipe used in the Core i7 variant. And since RGB is so popular with gamers, the business decided to keep it on each key.


In principle, these specifications seem wonderful, but in actuality, the laptop may be bought as early as Q4 2022 – just in time for Black Friday and Christmas sales. The price tag for this item is $3,499.99 USD.

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