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Razer Blade Pro Releases a New CPU With THX Certifications

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The THX certification virtually guarantees that the new design will be as good as it possibly can

If you’ve been waiting long for one of the most “professional gaming laptops” of RAZER’S since the month of December, then surely your wait is going to end soon. Today it was declared by the company that they are launching a new version of its flagship laptop, which named as the Blade Pro. With some good, specifications like a seventh-gen quad-core Intel i7 CPU and a much faster RAM than that which was offered earlier on the previous models. Along with that, the new design has gained THX certification for both purposes video as well as for audio.

THX’s video certification operation was used to calibrate and judge the laptop’s high-resolution power and other factors like the color accuracy, and playback performance. The sound certification helped in checking the following factors like voltage output, frequency response, distortion, signal-to-noise ratio and crosstalk.

These factors assist in serving the dual benefit by supporting the built-in speakers and the earphone output. The Blade Pro’s video power is very high due to the presence of its NVIDIA GTX 1080 video card which has a screen of about 4K, and along with that, the speakers quality is now modified for the audio purpose.
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The THX certification virtually guarantees that the new design will be as good as it possibly can. Not only regarding features, but also in its looks. Blended with the laptop’s top-of-the-line hardware, this certification fastened the Blade Pro’s position as both a VR/gaming and design/production rig.

As compared and reviewed with the previous year model, not many things have changed, but surely the CPU and RAM portions, are of upgraded versions. It weighs about 7.7 pounds and computes less than an inch thick. It still featuring Razer’s “Chroma” backlighting and has the same specifications of short-throw mechanical keys and its screen display is about 17.3-inch.

And, now the previous year model comes on its way with the updated Pro version which contains 32GB of RAM, supports about 2TB of external RAID 0 storage which provides the dual facility of USB 3.0 and Thunderbolt 3 port.
The new Blade Pro will be on sale in the countries like the US and Europe in the month of April and will be coming out worldwide later in the month, starting at the price of $4,000(£3,800/€4,500).

Ujjwal Sahay
Ujjwal Sahay is the Editor-in-Chief & Co-Founder of Enzuke as well as Author of the cyber security books Hack-X-Crypt and X-Shell. Primarily Ujjwal writes about technology and front-end developer by profession. For more details about him check out his portfolio at [ ujjwalsahay.com ]
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