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    Razer announces the new Razer Blade 15, just 16.8mm thick

    And the Razer Core X Thunderbolt 3 eGPU, which is Windows and Mac compatible.
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    Re: Razer announces the new Razer Blade 15, just 16.8mm thick

    The Razer Core X is what they needed. $299 price point saves it. Interested in the Blade as well - the graphite thermal interfaces are in vogue, and the vapor chamber will be interesting.

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    Re: Razer announces the new Razer Blade 15, just 16.8mm thick

    I am really mind blown by the design Blade has and till now I thought Asus Zephyrus was neat but this is exactly the perfect slim and performance that a laptop should be
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    Re: Razer announces the new Razer Blade 15, just 16.8mm thick

    The Core X is at a more reasonable price point, but I think it will lose a lot of favour due to its size, the thing is absolutely massive compared to alternatives. I would say a lot of people who are interested in these external enclosures also want them to be somewhat portable.

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