Windows 11 was released yesterday, and some brands have been quick to follow its release with some related news of their own. Razer announced the launch of two new laptops that both come with Windows 11 preinstalled — the new Razer Blade 15 and the productivity-oriented Razer Book 13.
The manufacturer is also offering free upgrades to Windows 11 for everyone who already owns a Razer laptop, though timing on when the update will roll out is speculative at best.
Razer is normally associated with gaming gear, and that’s what the Blade was made for, but the Razer Book 13 is aimed at a different audience. Similar to previous releases in the line, the Book 13 was made to be portable and efficient, with a stunning touch display and specifications meant to aid creative work. The only noticeable difference in this rereleased model is the addition of the Razer logo across the bottom bezel of the laptop.
The Razer Book is going to feature a 16:10 touch display surrounded by thin bezels and a resolution of up to 4K. The screen is reinforced with Corning Gorilla Glass, the chassis is made out of milled aluminum, and the entire notebook was made to be light and thin. Razer says the Book comes with an 11th-gen Intel Core processor and integrated Iris Xe graphics.
The manufacturer teased that the new Razer Book laptop will come in several different models, and the most expensive
The latest Razer Blade 15 Advanced is being released alongside the Book, with several different configurations up for grabs. While all of them feature a 15.6-inch display, the most expensive model comes with a
Across the different laptop models, Razer provides a solid mix of components. Customers are able to choose between Nvidia’s GeForce RTX 3060, RTX 3070, and RTX 3080 discrete graphics cards. Processor options vary, including the Intel Core i7-11800H and Intel Core i9-11900H featuring eight cores and a boost clock of up to 4.9GHz. The most expensive configurations come with 32GB of 3200MHz DDR4 RAM and the ability to upgrade up to 64GB. All of the
The new Razer Blade 15 Advanced
Aside from the new laptop releases, Razer promised free upgrades to
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