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    Razer Blade 14-inch laptop updated with Kaby Lake CPU

    And Razer adds a GTX 10 series GPU, faster memory, and a UHD screen option.
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    Re: Razer Blade 14-inch laptop updated with Kaby Lake CPU

    Everything a Macbook Pro should be.
    Slim the old bezels down and this would kick XPS butt.

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    Re: Razer Blade 14-inch laptop updated with Kaby Lake CPU

    Like for like spec bar the GPU being a 1060 instead of a 1050 will cost £500 more than the Dell offering. £200 more I could understand, £500 they are having a laugh.

    I just paid £1,788 for the Dell XPS 15 2017 with UHD panel, 16gb RAM & a 512gb SSD with 3 years onsite warranty.

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    Re: Razer Blade 14-inch laptop updated with Kaby Lake CPU

    As above I love the laptop but hate the price. I know you pay extra for the portability etc. and I understand there are people who spend a lot of time away from home that would benefit from this type of gaming machine, but I can never stop myself from comparing the specs to what you could get in a desktop for the same price, and it always puts me off because it just seems a bit excessive.

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    Re: Razer Blade 14-inch laptop updated with Kaby Lake CPU

    i hate how much they charge for this laptop. For its price you could get a laptop with a 1070 inside of it instead. Sure its not gonna have all the bells and wistles (SSD's and crap) but its GPU will blow this thing out of the water.

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    Re: Razer Blade 14-inch laptop updated with Kaby Lake CPU

    I'm looking at either this or the Surface Book 2 when it emerges. I've never bought a laptop, so I'm going to treat myself

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    Re: Razer Blade 14-inch laptop updated with Kaby Lake CPU

    Razer will struggle to compete with Dell at those prices.

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    Re: Razer Blade 14-inch laptop updated with Kaby Lake CPU

    It looks very good but I believe the price is too high for what it offers

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