Razer presented its 1st workstation laptop, the Blade 15 Studio Edition about 7 months ago. Now, the company has refreshed the computer to give it a 10th-generation Intel Core i7-10875H. The device has a 2.3GHz octa-core chip featuring 16 threads and a max boost clock speed of 5.1GHz. it was an essential upgrade for a 6-core i7-9750H model. Razer has also made advancement in the layout of the Studio Edition’s keyboard. The keyboard now features an extra-wide shift key on the right side, with smaller up and down arrow keys to accommodate the new layout. The 2020 Studio Edition features a lot of the same hardware as the 2019 model.
The new laptop of Razer comes with a 15.6-inch OLED display with 100% DCI-P3 coverage and a 1ms response time. The company hasn’t done away with the noticeable display bezels on the top and bottom of the Studio Edition’s screen. Connectivity is another advanced feature with both models featuring full-sized UHS-III card readers. The workstation laptop features a 16GB Quadro RTX 5000 GPU, 32GB of dual-channel DDR4-2933MHz RAM, and a 1TB M.2 NVMe SSD in its base configuration. The computer can be configured with up to 64GB of RAM and 4TB of internal storage. You can buy the Blade 15 Studio Edition today at $4,299.
It is noteworthy that the new model is $300 more expensive compared to its predecessor and about $800 more compared to the most powerful MacBook Pro. But, the new Razer Blade 15 Studio Edition offers a Windows 10 alternative and it has even more horsepower than the new MacBook Pro. Most professionals will still find a lot to like about the Blade 15 Studio Edition, especially now that it comes with an 8-core processor. Its max-out configuration is rocking a Quadro RTX 5000 GPU, 4K OLED touchscreen, and one of the new Intel Comet Lake chips. Moreover, they may look to other options before considering Razer’s latest laptop.