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Razer Blade (2016) Notebook Review. Razer ноутбуки

Razer Blade - Notebookcheck-tr.com

Notebook Özellikleri


Intel Core i7-2640M


17.3 inç 16:9, 1920 x 1080 pixel, parlak: evet



Razer Blade Ortalama Puan: 60% - zayıfOrtalama 2 puan 7 (incelemeden)

fiyat: - %, performans: 60%, özellikler: - %, görüntü: - % mobilite: 70%, işcilik: - %, ergonomi: - %, emilim: - %

İnceleme Yapılan Cihaz: Razer Blade

Hands on: Razer Blade reviewKaynak: Techradar EN→TROur time with the Razer Blade at PAX Prime 2012 was all too brief, but we were intrigued by the combination of raw power, tight form factor and the stunning Switchblade UI. The Blade impressed us when it was first announced in August 2011 as part of Razer's "PC Gaming's Not Dead campaign", and the San Diego-based computer maker has certainly made its point. This new redesign is very exciting, especially at the not-unaffordable price point of $2499. We look forward to putting the Razer Blade through its paces for a full review! Tek İnceleme, online bulunabilirlik, Çok Kısa, Tarih: 09/01/201260% Razer Blade 17.3-inch Laptop PCKaynak: Comp Reviews EN→TRRazer made a huge splash with the Blade at CES 2012 thanks to its extremely thin profile, fancy LCD backlit keys and trackpad and promise of high gaming performance. For the most part, this system does deliever as being the thinnest 17-inch on the market with its unique trackpad and programmable buttons. Tek İnceleme, online bulunabilirlik, Kısa, Tarih: 07/18/2012Puanlama: Total Puan: 60%60% Razer BladeKaynak: CNet EN→TRYou can't accuse Razer of playing it safe. Razer's first laptop, the Razer Blade, is a thin gaming computer with some futuristic design touches, but a high price means you're paying for design -- and for the second-screen signature Switchblade UI interface that doesn't do as much as we hoped it would...yet. Tek İnceleme, online bulunabilirlik, Uzun, Tarih: 04/10/2012Puanlama: Total Puan: 60% performans: 60% mobilite: 70% The Razer Blade ReviewKaynak: AnandTech EN→TRBefore starting on the Blade itself, let’s talk about what it represents to Razer as a company. This is Razer’s first foray into the PC space, and it’s a very, very solid first effort. There are definitely some details that show they’re new to this game, but they’re the kinds of things that Razer will figure out as they move forward. Tek İnceleme, online bulunabilirlik, Uzun, Tarih: 03/15/2012 Razer Blade 17.3-inch LED Gaming Laptop Initial Impressions PreviewKaynak: Tweaktown EN→TRUnfortunately it's going to be out of reach of many and I really hope Razer come back soon with a cheaper model, maybe a 15-inch version with some cut down specs, to open up the Blade laptop to the mass gaming market. To Min and the rest of the Razer team, just don't ditch the SSD though and keep all your cool bits you added to the Blade, as it is a really good product in my opinion and deserves the hype surrounding it. Now, I think I was about to install Battlefield 3 on the Blade, allow me to get back to it, will you? Tek İnceleme, online bulunabilirlik, Kısa, Tarih: 02/08/2012 Razer Blade review: hands-onKaynak: T3 EN→TRThe Razer Blade is definitely a niche product, and an odd one at that. You’ll get some fast hardware in a well-designed package, but because of the placement of the touch screen, the laptop feels really wide. Even though this thing comes equipped with a large 17.3-inch screen, there’s no optical drive, and hardcore gamers might also find that they’ll run out of space pretty quickly with only 256GB on the SSD. With a $2,700 sticker price, you probably have some incredibly specific gaming needs if you’re the target for this machine. Tek İnceleme, online bulunabilirlik, Çok Kısa, Tarih: 01/12/2012 Razer Blade: Eyes-on With the 'Future' of PC Gaming Kaynak: PC World EN→TRIt takes quite a bit of bravado to claim that this machine is going to "save PC gaming," but I can see where Razer's going with this. Consoles have stolen the limelight, largely leaving us PC gaming fans stuck with shoddy ports. A product like the Blade is supposed to get people talking again, about the unique features and opportunities you can only get on a PC. I'm still partial to desktops, and that $2800 price tag gives me pause -- it's closer to the higher end of the desktop replacement category. But well heeled gamers take note: this is one to watch. Tek İnceleme, online bulunabilirlik, Çok Kısa, Tarih: 08/26/2011


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Oyun oynamak isteyen kullanıcılar için en son seçenek. Yeni oyunlar bu kartlarda çalışacaktır, ama sadece düşük detaylar ve orta çözünürlükte. >> Daha fazla bilgi Mobil grafik kartları karşılaştırmamızda bulunabilir. ilgili Benchmark Listesi.2640M: >> Daha fazla bilgi Mobil işlemciler karşılaştırmamızda bulunabilir..17.3":

Bu boyut daha çok masaüzerinde kullanımı hedeflenen laptoplar için.

Büyük ekran boyutları yüksek çözünürlükleri mümkün kılıyor. Bu sayede yazım boyutu da büyüyebiliyor. Öte yandan küçük boyutlarda güç tüketimi azalmakla beraber; cihaz boyutu ve ağırlığın yanı sıra fiyat da ucuzluyor.

>> Görüntünün ne kadar iyi olduğunu görmek için DPI Listemize bakın.3.2 kg: 15 inç boyutundaki laptopları temsil eden ağırlık. >> Daha fazla bilgi Notebook alma rehberimizde bulunabilir.


Razer Blade 14-Inch Gaming Notebook Review

Introducing the Razer Blade 14-Inch

Despite arguably still being a market that supports growth, the gaming notebook arena has remained relatively staid over the past few years. At the highest end we're still looking at just Alienware and Clevo, with MSI, ASUS, and the odd Toshiba picking up the slack. Risking using a buzzword that makes most journalists froth over with rage and irritation, this is a market that's fairly ripe for innovation but hasn't seen a tremendous amount of it.

Razer's entry into the gaming notebook arena wasn't a total game changer, but it was definitely an eyebrow raiser. The original Razer Blade was an ultrathin gaming notebook, featuring an industrial design rivaled only by its profound inability to handle the tremendous heat generated by its components and its nearly impossibly high price tag. The second version did a lot to ameliorate those complaints, but I suspect it's really going to take the combination of Haswell and Kepler to get this concept where it wants to be (price notwithstanding). Thankfully that's what Razer is offering in their third generation of gaming notebooks.

Splitting the line into two models, the newest revision of the 17.3" Razer Blade gets dubbed the Razer Blade Pro, with the non-Pro nomenclature falling to the brand new 14" model. At the risk of being premature, I suspect the 14" Razer Blade is going to be the more desirable of the two notebooks: hardware specs are virtually identical between the Blade and Blade Pro, with the primary differentiators being the 1080p display and Switchblade panel in the Pro. Cutting down the Pro to a slightly more conventional 14" gaming notebook has left Razer with an attractive machine that's hard not to compare to Apple's MacBook Pro.

Razer Blade 14-Inch Specifications
Processor Intel Core i7-4702HQ(4x2.2GHz + HTT, Turbo to 3.2GHz, 22nm, 6MB L3, 37W)
Chipset Intel HM87
Memory 8GB DDR3L-1600
Graphics NVIDIA GeForce GTX 765M 2GB GDDR5(768 CUDA cores, 797MHz/863MHz/4GHz core/boost/memory clocks, 128-bit memory bus)

Intel HD 4600 Graphics(20 EUs, up to 1.15GHz)

Display 14" LED Matte 16:9 900pAU Optronics AUO103E
Hard Drive(s) Samsung PM841 256GB mSATA 6Gbps SSD
Optical Drive -
Networking Killer Wireless-N 1202 dual-band 2x2 802.11a/b/g/nBluetooth 4.0
Audio Realtek ALC269 HD audioStereo speakersCombination mic/headphone jack
Battery 70Wh
Front Side -
Right Side USB 3.0HDMI 1.4aKensington lock
Left Side AC adapter2x USB 3.0Combination mic/headphone jack
Back Side -
Operating System Windows 8 64-bit
Dimensions 13.6" x 9.3" x 0.66"345mm x 235mm x 16.8mm
Weight 4.1 lbs1.88kg
Extras WebcamUSB 3.0Killer Networks wireless networkingBacklit anti-ghosting keyboard
Warranty 1-year limited
Pricing $1,799As configured $1,999

It's hard to feel like any compromises have really been made in terms of the Razer Blade 14-inch's internal hardware. The Intel Core i7-4702HQ CPU boasts a healthy 2.2GHz nominal clock speed across four cores and is able to turbo up to as high as 2.9GHz on all four or 3.2GHz on a single core. This is the situation that Haswell is ideal for: a thin portable chassis with somewhat limited cooling capacity.

Despite being essentially a refresh of extant silicon, NVIDIA has actually made some fairly impressive strides with the second generation of Kepler mobile GPUs. The GK106 chip has turned out to be a solid desktop offering, but like Haswell, its true destiny may very well be in mobile. That chip powers the Razer Blade's GeForce GTX 765M, the same mobile GPU you're going to find in Alienware's competing 14-inch notebook. It's a slightly cut down GK106 chip, sporting 768 CUDA cores at a nominal 797MHz clock speed, and it comes with NVIDIA's Boost 2.0 enabled. That should allow it to hit speeds as high as 900MHz during gaming, thermals depending. 2GB of 4GHz GDDR5 is attached to a 128-bit memory bus.

Meanwhile, storage is handled by Samsung's 840 series SSD, shrunk down to an mSATA form factor. This is the only differentiator between the three models of Razer Blade 14-inch: $1,799 will get you 128GB of storage, $1,999 will get you 256GB, and $2,299 will get you 512GB. While your gaming needs may vary, I've found that 256GB is pretty much the minimum for all my stuff plus the games I need on the go. Individuals looking to use the Blade as their primary system (and it's totally feasible) may actually want to make the jump to the 512GB.

Where Razer does come up short with the 14-inch Blade is connectivity. Three USB 3.0 ports and an HDMI port should theoretically be enough to cover the most basic needs, and I'm even willing to forgive the lack of a card reader on a notebook that's geared exclusively towards gaming. Lacking wired gigabit ethernet is a more bitter pill to swallow, though. The Killer Wireless-n ameliorates this somewhat, but it doesn't replace it. For serious online play there's just no substitute for a stable wired connection.


Razer Blade (2016) Notebook Review


As the U.S. keyboard is as wide as a desktop keyboard, the keys are decently sized with a comfortable spacing. The flat keys also have a slight anti-slippery coating. The skinny key lettering is an inconvenience. We would have liked bigger or thicker characters, as this would have improved the visibility, especially for keys with secondary functions, where the lettering is way too small and not illuminated. Except for the fact that directional keys (some half-sized) are integrated into the lower right side of the keyboard, the layout does offer more surprises. Some special characters like punctuation or mathematical operators are not in their usual spots. This means there will be a certain training period.

The user will need to press hard to bend the keyboard near the middle. This means that during normal typing, the laptop keyboard will offer a reliable base. The keys have a shallow travel with a well-perceptible, but not very firm pressure point and only a slight impact cushioning. The tester liked the typing experience, but it might cause the fingers to tire out faster. Overall, the feedback while typing could still be improved. The noise development during typing allows limited use in noise-sensitive environments.

Let's take a look at the lighting of the keyboard. To our surprise, the backlight can only be configured after the user has set up an account with Razer. This allows the manufacturer to save the user settings in the Cloud, but we did not appreciate this obligation to register. After all, the buyer is spending a lot of money to buy a gaming laptop and, in our opinion, the manufacturer should not be dictating when they can use the functions of the device they have purchased.

The Chrome keyboard backlight is bright and offers a lot of customization options: Each key can individually be set to one of 17 million colors (according to Razer). Furthermore, the user can set up keyboard zones with different colors. Chroma can also adjust the lighting intensity to steadily rise and fall with the "Breathing" option or it can imitate embers with "Fire" mode. With the "Reactive" mode active, the keyboard will allow keys to light up when pressed and then fade a little. The cherry on top of it all: compatible games, like Rise of the Tomb Raider, will allow the keyboard to provide special effects during the game. If Chroma support is activated in the game settings, the system will highlight relevant keys (to set them apart from others) and display a couple of nice lighting effects in certain in-game scenarios.        


Many gamers will be grateful that Razer has decided to stick with a traditional touchpad with separate mouse keys. This device has a large surface, but thanks to configured zones on the outer ends, it will not react to accidental touches. It appears that these zones are reserved for scrolling. At the same time, if you move your finger from the middle of the touchpad to the outer ends, the device will recognize the movement to the furthest reaches of the pad. The slightly rough, black surface still offers good gliding capabilities with slightly moist fingers, but very sweaty fingers will stick a bit. Precision and response of the touchpad are great, as it is capable of following the fastest motions. Drag & Drop operations work reliably with a double tap.

Sadly, the separate mouse keys are not as well-built. They have a shallow travel and feel rickety. Although the resistance is low, they offer a clear and slightly audible pressure point. This means the feedback is decent but not great. The Synaptics menu will allow users to configure the touchpad with gestures for up to three fingers. Alternatively, the user can configure the pad with the Windows 10 settings.


The 10-point touchscreen is fast and reacts reliably to inputs (even in the furthest corners). We did not encounter any issues during our test. In comparison to the previously tested Lenovo Yoga 510, the touchscreen is kind to moist fingers and willing to recognize their inputs without complaints. We believe this may be due to a superior coating or calibration.  


Razer Blade 14 (2014) - Notebookcheck-tr.com

Notebook Özellikleri


14 inç 16:9, 3200 x 1800 pixel, parlak: evet



Razer Blade 14 (2014) Ortalama Puan: 78.33% - iyiOrtalama 6 puan 13 (incelemeden)

fiyat: 80%, performans: 90%, özellikler: 100%, görüntü: - % mobilite: - %, işcilik: 100%, ergonomi: - %, emilim: - %

İnceleme Yapılan Cihaz: Razer Blade 14 (2014)

70% Razer BladeKaynak: Computer Shopper EN→TRThough it's nice to see that Razer was listening to criticism of last year's Razer Blade for not having full HD resolution, the 3,200x1,800 display of this year's update feels like overcompensating, since it's hard to get playable frame rates at such sky-high resolution. Tek İnceleme, online bulunabilirlik, Orta, Tarih: 12/29/2014Puanlama: Total Puan: 70%80% Razer BladeKaynak: Comp Reviews EN→TRThe 2013 version of the Razer Blade was an amazingly small yet powerful gaming laptop that had an extremely flawed display. Razer has addressed that problem with the 2014 version by including a great ultra high resolution display that also features a touchscreen. This finally makes the system worth its premium price but it does introduce a new problem of reduced battery life which is disappointing. Tek İnceleme, online bulunabilirlik, Kısa, Tarih: 08/29/2014Puanlama: Total Puan: 80%90% Slim Blade: Razer’s 14 inch Blade gaming laptop reviewedKaynak: Gadgetguy EN→TRIt’s expensive though, that much we have to acknowledge, especially at $3499, but you are paying for something that is offering some of the best performance this side of the portable PC gaming world, and that’s something. If you’ve checked out the competition for gaming computers and aren’t impressed, it’s time to see what Razer has to offer, because while it’s not cheap, the Razer Blade 14 is very, very impressive. Tek İnceleme, online bulunabilirlik, Kısa, Tarih: 08/20/2014Puanlama: Total Puan: 90% fiyat: 80% performans: 90% özellikler: 100% işcilik: 100%80% Razer Blade 14Kaynak: Laptop Mag EN→TRAfter three iterations, Razer continues to lead the charge on what a true portable gaming notebook should be. The $2,399 Blade 14 is a near-perfect merging of power and portability, delivering the sleek, sexy chassis I've come to know and love, with enough oomph to knock competitors on their arses. And the 3200 x 1800 display is a sight to behold. Tek İnceleme, online bulunabilirlik, Uzun, Tarih: 08/10/2014Puanlama: Total Puan: 80%70% Razer Blade (2014)Kaynak: PC Mag EN→TRThe Razer Blade (2014) is disappointing, mostly because we had such high hopes. Razer still manages to outfit the laptop with some amazing capabilities, but it feels like the company reached too far, too soon, stepping up the resolution at the expense of gameplay, and opting for powerful hardware that chews through battery life and runs alarmingly hot. Past models of the Blade left us eagerly anticipating the point when Razer could finally bring everything together into an ultraportable gaming system that required no compromises, but between the heat, the short battery life, the display issues, and the higher price, we're still left waiting. The previous model, the Editors' Choice Razer Blade (2013), is still available through Razer and other retailers, so it remains our top pick for ultraportable gaming, thanks to better battery life and a more affordable price. Tek İnceleme, online bulunabilirlik, Çok Kısa, Tarih: 07/28/2014Puanlama: Total Puan: 70%80% Razer Blade 14 (2014)Kaynak: CNet France FR→TR Tek İnceleme, online bulunabilirlik, Kısa, Tarih: 06/10/2014Puanlama: Total Puan: 80% Игровой ноутбук Razer Blade 2014Kaynak: Ixbt RU→TR Tek İnceleme, online bulunabilirlik, Çok Uzun, Tarih: 07/16/2015 Razer Blade 14 (2014) – лезвие, заточенное под геймераKaynak: Notebook-Center.ru RU→TR Tek İnceleme, online bulunabilirlik, Kısa, Tarih: 11/04/2014 Обзор игрового ноутбука Razer Blade: самый тонкий из мощных, самый мощный из тонкихKaynak: 3DNews.ru RU→TR Tek İnceleme, online bulunabilirlik, Uzun, Tarih: 08/18/2014 Обзор The New Razer Blade — 14-дюймового игрового ноутбукаKaynak: Ferra.ru RU→TR Tek İnceleme, online bulunabilirlik, Uzun, Tarih: 07/29/2014 Обзор The New Razer Blade — 14-дюймового игрового ноутбукаKaynak: Ferra.ru RU→TR Tek İnceleme, online bulunabilirlik, Uzun, Tarih: 07/29/2014 Обзор Razer Blade 2014: Очень Мощный Игровой НоутбукKaynak: Hi-Tech Mail RU→TR Tek İnceleme, online bulunabilirlik, Uzun, Tarih: 07/28/2014 Тест игрового ноутбука Razer Blade 14: игры с IGZOKaynak: Zoom RU→TR Tek İnceleme, online bulunabilirlik, Uzun, Tarih: 07/22/2014


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GeForce GTX 800M serisine ait üst sınıf grafik kartı.

1. sınıf masa üstü kartları ile kıyaslanabilir performansa sahip laptop kartları. Yeni oyunlar biraz düşük detaylarda akıcı şekilde oynanabilir. >> Daha fazla bilgi Mobil grafik kartları karşılaştırmamızda bulunabilir. ilgili Benchmark Listesi.4702HQ:

2.2 ile Turbo Boost sayesinde 3.2GHz saat hızı aralığına sahip dahili HD Graphics 4600 grafik kartı ve çift kanallı DDR3 bellek kontrolörüne sahip Haswell tabanlı quad-core işlemci.

>> Daha fazla bilgi Mobil işlemciler karşılaştırmamızda bulunabilir..14":

Bu boyut subnotebooklar, ultrabooklar ve dönüştürülebilir modeller için kullanılıyor. Her üç tür için de bu boyut biraz büyük. Subnotebookların büyük çoğunluğu bu ekran büyüklüğüne sahip.

Büyük ekran boyutları yüksek çözünürlükleri mümkün kılıyor. Bu sayede yazım boyutu da büyüyebiliyor. Öte yandan küçük boyutlarda güç tüketimi azalmakla beraber; cihaz boyutu ve ağırlığın yanı sıra fiyat da ucuzluyor.

>> Görüntünün ne kadar iyi olduğunu görmek için DPI Listemize bakın.2 kg:

Daha çok 12-16 inç ekran aralığındaki subnotebook, ultrabook ve hafif laptoplar bu ağırlıkta.

>> Daha fazla bilgi Notebook alma rehberimizde bulunabilir.


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