Razer Unveils New Intel 11th Gen H-Series Blade Laptops

Razer is pushing forward with its Blade series of laptops to include Intel’s latest chipset in the thinnest gaming laptops on the market. Razer recently added the NVIDIA RTX 30 series to the Blade laptops, but it was paired with the 10th generation Intel. The new Blade 15 series will have options to add on top of what is in the base model. Once again, Razer is pairing with a RTX 30 series graphics card, but is including the Intel 11th generation H-series chipset and the i9 version is also available. Users can choose from a 1080p 144hz or 360hz display, a QHD 165hz or 240hz G-Sync display or a 4K OLED display.

Razer is also implementing quality of life changes to the Razer Blade 15. Users will have access to an improved 1080p webcam along with improved palm rejection and a much needed anti-fingerprint coating. The laptops are also available with RAM up to 32GB and expandable to 64GB with PCI-Express 4.0 and increased RAM speed of 3200MHz set to dual channel. Storage is available up to 1 TB and it is expandable to 4 TB. The Blade Series 15 starts at $2,299.99 and is available for pre-order May 17 at the Razer Store.

The units will go on sale in June with the Blade Advanced shipping in June, as well.