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Razer Blade 2016 (RZ09-0165)

alaTest has collected and analyzed 21 reviews of Razer Blade 2016 (RZ09-0165). The average rating for this product is 3.9/5, compared to an average rating of 4.1/5 for other Laptops for all reviews. Reviewers really like the keyboard and screen. The usability and portability also get good opinions. There are some less positive opinions about the energy efficiency, and views are divided on the durability.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Laptops the Razer Blade 2016 (RZ09-0165) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 95/100 = Excellent quality.

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Expert review by: Alastair Stevenson (trustedreviews.com)

Razer Blade

 

The Blade is Razer's attempt to create the ultimate laptop; one that's small and light, but powerful enough to play games at 1080p as well as edit video. With top-end specs including a Core i7 CPU and Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 GPU, it's also VR ready too.

Feb, 2017

bittech-exceptional Award

Expert review by: Matthew Lambert (bit-tech.net)

Razer Blade Review

 

Razer's latest 14in laptop aims to strike a delicate balance between gaming power and portability.

The physical design of the Blade easily stands out as its most valuable asset. The premium chassis really looks and feels the part and this can go a really long way in this market. The sub-2kg weight and sub-20mm thickness also make it very portable...

Dec, 2016

Expert review by: (laptopmag.com)

Razer Blade

 

The Razer Blade (starting and reviewed at $1,899) just got another power-up. The laptop has made the jump to Kaby Lake, Intel's 7th-generation line of processors, which promise better performance and power efficiency. Pair that with a VR-ready Nvidia...

Mar, 2017

Editor's Choice

Expert review by: Matthew Buzzi (pcmag.com)

Razer Blade (2016)

 

This year's Razer Blade gaming ultraportable delivers premium design, solid performance, and high-end features all in a very slim build. It even adds a few extras over its predecessor for $400 less.

Improved performance over predecessor at a lower price. Slim, light design with premium aluminum build. Sharp and vibrant 3,200-by-1,800-resolution touch display. USB-C with Thunderbolt 3. Good battery life for a gaming laptop.

Graphics card not powerful enough for native QHD+ resolution when playing cutting-edge games. Short on storage. Runs hot while gaming.

Conclusion The new Razer Blade, like the 2015 version is a very capable gaming laptop, with a beautiful build that's a lot more portable than other game-focused machines. Performance may only be marginally improved, but the latest Blade costs $400 less...

May, 2016

Expert review by: (cnet.com)

Razer Blade 2016

 

Razer, in particular, has the been leading the charge toward more modern-feeling gaming laptops for some time, fitting high-end parts into very slim cases with tastefully understated designs. The latest gaming flagship from the company is an updated...

The Razer Blade fits very high-end components into a slim 14-inch body, and has a programmable multicolored backlit keyboard that can perform all sorts of impressive tricks.

Full-size gaming laptops can turn in better gaming scores, and configuration options are minimal. Adding the optional Core external graphics adapter is very expensive.

The Razer Blade is a slim gaming laptop that hits a good balance between power and portability, with the intriguing promise of adding a desktop graphics card later on.

May, 2016

Expert review by: Sean Hollister (cnet.com.au)

Razer's new Blade might be the ultimate VR-ready laptop

 

Razer's about to sell a whole lot more Blades. All it took was one tweak.

Sep, 2016

Expert review by: Dan Ackerman (cnet.com.au)

Razer Blade (14-inch, 2016) review: A bigger Blade, with a hypnotizing keyboard

 

We live in something of a golden age for PC gaming, with (relatively) inexpensive desktops powering virtual-reality headsets, mainstream gaming laptops that can run nearly any game, and even hulking desktop/laptop hybrids.

The Razer Blade fits very high-end components into a slim 14-inch body, and has a programmable multicolored backlit keyboard that can perform all sorts of impressive tricks

Full-size gaming laptops can turn in better gaming scores, and configuration options are minimal. Adding the optional Core external graphics adapter is very expensive

The Razer Blade is a slim gaming laptop that hits a good balance between power and portability, with the intriguing promise of adding a desktop graphics card later on.

May, 2016

Expert review by: Reviewboard Magazine (reviewboard.com)

The New Razer Blade Review 512GB Version

 

The New Razer Blade is one beasty machine. Razer is definitely targeting the gamer croud, but also the musician community. If you have ever worked with music production software you know that it takes a lot of time to convert large audio files to...

Mar, 2016

Expert review by: Lisa Gade (mobiletechreview.com)

Razer Blade (GTX 1060)

 

The lovely aluminum black 14" Razer Blade is back, this time refreshed with NVIDIA Pascal GTX 1060 graphics for a serious 3D boost. It's otherwise the same as the Blade released earlier this year, and it features the same Intel Core i7-6700HQ 2.6 GHz...

Compact and light gaming and pro apps monster. Classy chassis, NVIDIA GTX 1060 graphics, high res touch screen, good keyboard, good battery life for a gaming laptop

Hot and loud when gaming, otherwise pretty well behaved. Multimedia keyboard keys aren't backlit

It's hard not to fall in love with the 2016 Razer Blade, and that's what we like for a machine this expensive. It has an immaculate design that's cool looking yet calm enough to take to work. Performance is very impressive, particularly for something...

Nov, 2016

Expert review by: Shawn Knight (techspot)

Razer Blade 2016 Review Shawn Knight

 

The new Razer Blade aims to strike a blend of portability and power in a chassis that anyone would be proud to own. At just 4.5 pounds with a profile thinner than a dime standing on its side, you get a Skylake Core i7 processor, 16GB DDR3 RAM, GeForce...

Beautiful, high-resolution display. Thin and light. Excellent cooling system. Thunderbolt 3 with USB Type C connector. Supports external GPU via Razer Core.

Nvidia 9 Series mobile GPU is on its way out. Touch display is useless on a non-convertible / 2-in-1 system.

Jul, 2016
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