Another day of E3 and more presentations to cover. I am going to give you a rundown of the Razer presentation where they showed off some really neat stuff.
Razer Blade 14
The newest gaming laptop from Razer and the product of a partnership between AMD and Razer. The Razer Blade 14 is being toted as the thinnest and most powerful gaming laptop ever created. They sure said the world ultra a lot in regards to this laptop and by looking at the specs I can certainly see why. This laptop is sporting a AMD Ryzen 9 5900 HK, one of the best CPU’s currently on the market. The base model comes with an RTX 3060, but has two other models available that sport an RTX 3070 and 3080 respectively.
This laptop also has 8 different connecting ports for various plug-ins. They also made an upgraded vapor cooling system that utilizes 88 blade fans for advanced cooling. Honestly, with the quality of Razer products and the high-end parts they put into this laptop I expected it to cost a good deal. It starts at $1,799,99 for the RTX 3060 version. Also, you are able to buy this product right now.
Razer USB-C 130W GaN Charger
Not overly much to write about this product announcement. It is a very powerful and fast charger that can charge four devices at once. You can pre-order this product at $180. Not sure if that is worth it or not, but if you are a person on the go all of the time you might have different priorities.
Razer Predator 27 Monitor
Razer announced a newer version of their Predator 27 monitor. This new monitor has a 165HZ high-speed refresh rate. They also did improvements to prevent screen tearing issues. And it is the world’s first THX certified computer monitor. It would be a little hard to explain here so I am just going to link you to the page that explain why that matters right here. You can also hook three of these monitors together using a special stand, sold separately though. This monitor went up for pre-order today as well at a price tag of $800, but sadly it is already sold out.
Project Hazel Confirmed in Production
That’s right folks. The previously pure concept idea is coming to market later this year. We got an update on some of the changes they made based on feedback about the initial design. Such as an internal LED light so that you may see the wearer’s mouth even at night. An anti-fogging spray. And even aiming to have them officially certified. With the Covid pandemic “winding down”, though it really isn’t, I am not sure how big the market for this will be when it comes out. The first round of masks will launch in early Q4 of this year.
That’s everything announced today at the Razer presentation. Honestly, I am going to bid my time to get one of those new monitors because they look really neat. What are you interested in the most? Why not leave us know in the comments? Make sure you come back to check out more of our E3 coverage here at BDG.