Razer is back with a new machine that everyone should agree: the Blade Studio .
Reserved for the most demanding professionals and creatives, the latter indeed sets the bar very high. Enough in any case to keep an eye on graphic designers, videographers and other FX specialists.
The look is neat. The Blade Studio is indeed equipped with an aluminum frame that is both thin and light, with a screen with very contained borders.
Blade Studio, a machine built for pros
The keyboard seems to offer a comfortable typing and it is framed by two speakers very reminiscent of a competing machine. Nothing to say either on the touchpad, properly huge.
But as often, it is especially at the level of the technical sheet that the Blade Studio impresses.
The screen thus reaches a diagonal of 15.6 inches. Razer has of course opted for an OLED touch screen, a screen capable of achieving a definition in 4K UHD, and therefore a resolution of 3840 x 2160. The processor is not left out and the Blade Studio is thus powered by an Intel Core i7-10875H coupled, with 32 GB of RAM and 1 TB of storage in SSD format.
A 4K OLED screen and a Quadro as a bonus
The GPU is of course not left out. Here, Razer has opted for an Nvidia Quadro TRX 5000. As a bonus, we also find a webcam capable of filming in 720p (sic), USB Type-C ports, a Thunderbolt 3 connector, two USB Type-A connectors, an output HDMI, an SD card reader and a headphone jack.
The price, you can imagine, is not cheap. The Blade Studio is indeed aimed at the wealthiest audiences and it is therefore offered at $ 4,300 in its most powerful version. For now, the machine is only available in Uncle Sam's land, but it will soon arrive in other parts of the world.