Razer finally gives its sub-par display Blade 14-inch gaming laptop a refresher (hi-five for you if you have deliberated almost a year and have not plunk down the money). the latest Blade, the 2nd 14-inch class gaming rig, now boasts a retina-watering 3,200 x 1,800 resolution, Windows 8-friendly 10-point multitouch display, which effectively overtakes MSI’s ‘3K’ display laptops with ‘just’ 2,880 by 1,620 pixels. it also touts the next generation NVIDIA GeForce GTX 870M graphics with 3GB VRAM, which according to Razer, giving it the highest power-per-cubic-inch laptop in the world. further assurance of its display prowess is offered by IGZO/IPS (Indium Gallium Zinc Oxide/In-Plane Switching) display panel technology, boasting some 250 percent increase in contrast ratio over its predecessor, plus high brightness LED backlight optimized for outdoor use, among the many other eye-pleasing enhancements.

other spec sheet details include fourth-generation Intel Core i7-4702HQ quad-core processor, 8GB of system RAM, 128GB SSD, NVIDIA GeForce ShadowPlay, GameStream and Battery Boost enabled, built-in wireless (a/b/g/n/ac), Bluetooth 4.0 technology, three USB 3.0 ports, HDMI 1.4a audio and video output, Dolby Digital Plus Home Theater Edition, a set of built-in stereo speakers, array microphone, integrated Full HD 2MP webcam, Razer Anti-Ghosting keyboard with adjustable backlight, Synapse 2.0-enabled, a built-in 70 Wh rechargeable lithium-ion polymer battery pack and an incredibly thinnest of mere 0.7 inches (17.78 mm). the new Razer Blade 14-inch Gaming Laptop is open for pre-order now with a starting sticker of $2,199. Razer is expecting shipping to commence sometime early April. entice yourself with a product video after the break.

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