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Razer Announces New Razer Blade 15 With Intel 11th-Generation Support

The latest in the long line of Razer's ultra-slim laptops is its most powerful (and expensive) yet.

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With the introduction of Intel's latest 11th Gen CPUs for laptops, Razer has announced a new range of Razer Blade 15 laptops that utilize the new chips. The new Advanced Edition of the popular and sleek gaming laptop comes with the latest Core i7 (and Core i9 if you need it) as well as a range of choices when it comes to which RTX 30-series GPU you want to power your games. The new range starts at $2,300, with preorders open today.

Of course, there are a variety of configurations in between each of these price points, all of which come with the improved webcam (1080p from the previous 720p one) and a new anti-fingerprint coating that has been a long time coming for Razer's Blade laptops. Configurations with an RTX 3070 or higher will also benefit from an additional M.2 slot that can be used to install another SSD, while the entire range ships with an expansive I/O suite that includes Thunderbolt 3, a full-sized SD card reader, Wi-Fi 6, and an HDMI 2.1 output.

Razer is taking preorders on all configurations starting today, with shipments expected to start on June 21. If you're interested in Razer peripherals to go along with a new laptop purchase, Best Buy currently has some bundles on sale that might interest you.

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