Razer Blade (2012)

alaTest ha recogido y analizado 59 comentarios relacionados al producto Razer Blade (2012). En promedio, la calificación para este producto es 4.0/5, al ser comparado con la calificación 4.1/5 de otros productos en la categoria productos. Los usuarios están encantados con el diseño y el funcionamiento. La batería y la pantalla también obtiene comentarios favorables. Hay algunos comentarios heterogéneos respecto al panel táctil. Muchos son negativas respecto a la funcionalidad y la relación calidad-precio.

funcionamiento, portabilidad, diseño, pantalla, batería

relación calidad-precio, funcionalidad

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Comentario de experto escrito por (engadget.com)

Razer Blade review (late 2012)

 

Razer's second-generation Blade is what we wanted the original to be: fast, powerful, and impossibly thin for a machine in this class. Unfortunately, it's still almost as expensive as ever.

Fast and powerfulExcellent build qualitySlim, beautiful designGood battery life (for a gaming laptop)

Audio is still lackluster (though it has improved)Switchblade UI has potential, but needs work

It's hard to hit the market with a self-given description as the "world's first true gaming laptop" only to get knocked down by critics. Subpar audio, a finicky hinge and crippled performance were all common complaints about the original Razer Blade....

Sep 2012

Comentario de experto escrito por : Matthew Buzzi (pcmag.com)

Razer Blade Pro (GTX 1060)

 

Razer's less expensive take on the Blade Pro packs the premium build and many high-end features of its pricier sibling, but still costs more than the average GTX 1060 gaming laptop.

Gorgeous all-metal design. 120Hz panel. A ton of storage. Solid 1080p gaming performance. Good battery life.

Pricier than average for laptop with GTX 1060 graphics. Relatively dull matte screen.

Bottom Line: Razer's less expensive take on the Blade Pro packs the premium build and many high-end features of its pricier sibling, but still costs more than the average GTX 1060 gaming laptop.

Nov 2017

Comentario de experto escrito por : Joshua Goldman (cnet.com)

Razer Blade Pro review

 

You know that feeling when you're trying to do something -- anything -- and it's not going right and you say to yourself, "there must be a better way?" The Razer Blade Pro is that better way. The right tool for the job, as the adage goes, assuming that...

The Razer Blade Pro puts Nvidia's top-performing graphics card in a slim laptop that can pass as a work or gaming system. The premium design, 4K-resolution touchscreen and mechanical keyboard make it a pleasure to use.

The mechanical keyboard is clicky and loud, and the right-side trackpad placement remains a design misstep. The laptop and power supply get very hot, and the very loud fans start blowing as soon as you boot up a game.

Razer manages to fit a high-end graphics card into an amazingly thin laptop. Gamers and graphics pros alike will love the performance, but not the loud fans and misplaced touchpad.

Feb 2017

Comentario de experto escrito por : Kimber Streams (theverge.com)

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Traditionally, gamers have looked to hefty, monstrous machines with stylish designs — though some prefer the term "ostentatious" — for their portable gaming needs. Even as other laptops get...

Thin and light ; Slim, sturdy design ; Customizable LCD macro keys

Very expensive ; Runs hot ; Poor keyboard ; Switchblade UI lacks game support

Ene 2013

Comentario de experto escrito por : Scott Stein (cnet.com)

Razer Blade (fall 2012) review: Better, but still not perfect

 

The newest Razer Blade has faster specs and better graphics, but its most distinctive feature still isn't perfect.

The latest ; has improved graphics and a quad-core, more powerful Core i7 processor in the same thin body, with an excellent 17-inch 1080p display.

The new Blade costs $300 less than the first one, but it's still very expensive compared with competitors. The unique Switchblade UI touch-screen interface doesn't have enough game support to be a killer app.

Faster and better than before, the improved Razer Blade is a better gaming laptop in an impressively thin form, but you're paying for design over practicality.

Oct 2012

Comentario de experto escrito por : Brian Westover (pcmag.com)

Razer Blade (2012)

 

Slim and sexy, the new Razer Blade laptop offers lighter, more portable gaming, and the slick Switchblade UI, but it will cost you, both in price and features.

Unrivaled portability for a gaming laptop. Innovative Switchblade UI. Decent gaming performance. Intel Core i7-3632QM quad-core processor. Nvidia GeForce GTX 660M graphics processor. Hybrid drive provides speedy performance.

Expensive, given the components. No optical drive. No traditional number pad. Small hard drive.

Unlike most laptops, there is no touchpad on the palmrest, nor is there a numeric pad to the right of the keyboard. Instead, the Blade is equipped with one of Razer's biggest gaming innovations, the Switchblade interface.

Oct 2012

Comentario de experto escrito por : Christopher Null (wired.com)

Review: Razer Blade R2

 

The original Blade received mixed reviews, and the company wasted no time in hustling out an update.

Terrific gaming performance. Nearly three hours of battery life seems like plenty for a system like this. Can’t complain about the portability

Still suffering from Windows/driver growing pains. Touchpad location takes lots of mental retraining; you’ll be stupidly stabbing at the palm rest for days. No optical drive. No SD reader

Oct 2012

Comentario de experto escrito por : Sean Hollister (theverge.com)

Razer Blade review

 

Update: Looking for the new Razer Blade with more power at a lower price tag? This is where you belong. At CES 2011, over a year ago, Razer showed off an incredible concept beneath glass. The...

Gorgeous design (even cribbed) ; Solid build ; Hugely customizable keys ; Awesome secondary displays

So-so keyboard and touchpad ; Gaming performance doesn't justify price tag ; Terrible speakers ; Switchblade UI buggy and incomplete

A good first effort

Mar 2012

Comentario de experto escrito por (laptopmag.com)

Razer Blade (2012)

 

Razer has created a beautiful monster. Last year the company released its first ever gaming notebook with a unique secondary LCD screen that does double duty as an in-game dashboard and gaming trackpad. The $2,499 second-gen Razer Blade retains the...

Sep 2012

Comentario de experto escrito por : Kevin Lee (techradar.com)

Razer Blade Pro review

 

The ultimate, portable desktop replacement

Fully loaded hardware ; First truly mechanical ‘laptop keyboard’ ; Starboard trackpad placement ; A desktop experience you can finally carry

Off-putting price ; Less than 5 hours of battery life

Equipped with one of the best displays and keyboards ever seen on a laptop, you can finally take your desktop gaming and work experience on the road.

Jun 2018