Razer Stealth Blade Pro gaming laptop with 17-inch 4K display launched

Razer Inc has expanded its gaming laptop portfolio with the launch of the 2016 version of its Blade Pro. The 2016 model boasts of powerful specifications under the hood and has a starting price of $3,699, which roughly translates to Rs 2,47,000. The laptop's availability details are not yet known. The highlight of the Razer Blade Pro is the inclusion of the Chroma ultra-low-profile mechanical keyboard into a laptop. The Blade Pro, unlike other Razer-branded laptops misses out on the company's popular Switchblade interface. The Switchable interface is a set of 10 keyboard buttons that can be customised with their own displays and trackpads.
The Windows 10-based laptop features a 17-inch 4K resolution IGZO display with LED backlight and is backed by a 6th-generation Intel Core i7-6700HQ CPU and desktop version of Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 GPU along with 512GB SSD storage (for base model). It also comes in 1TB and 2TB SSD storage options along with 32GB DDR4 RAM.
In addition, Razer Stealth Pro supports connectivity options including Thunderbolt 3, USB 3.0 ports, HDMI output, Ethernet, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.1 and SDXC card reader. The Razer Blade Pro is thin at 0.88-inch and weighs 3.5KG. The laptop's audio is powered by Dolby Digital Plus Home Theatre Edition. The device is powered by built-in 99Wh Li-Po battery. For those unaware, Razer launched its first Blade Pro laptop in the year 2013.
The US-based gaming peripherals company also announced the availability of its Blade and Blade Stealth laptops in Germany, France, and the UK. Until now, both the gaming laptops were available to purchase in the US. Earlier this month, Razer acquired THX, an audio company. The company was founded by George Lucas, who was the founder of Lucasfilm as well. THX has said that it will continue to operate as an independent entity.

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