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Razer Blade Pro 17-Inch 4K Touchscreen Gaming Laptop

Like Will Smith in the film Men dressed in Black, Razer makes this look great. Some way or another, the organization figures out how to keep up its razor-thin (joke certainly proposed) edges while packing is probably the most effective specs in the land. With the most recent Razer Blade Pro (beginning and assessed at

ASUS ROG Zephyrus GX501 15.6-Inch Gaming Laptop

Introduction Nvidia stood out as truly newsworthy at Computex 2017 with the presentation of its Nvidia Max-Q innovation, a building idea and set of execution rules went for helping journal creators outline more slender, lighter, and calmer gaming scratch pad.Nvidia says that trimmed-down gaming notepads utilizing Max-Q can hold 85 to 90 percent of the

Razer Blade Stealth (RZ09-01962E52-R3U1) 12.5-Inch 4K Touchscreen Ultrabook

In the wake of knocking some people’s socks off and collecting honors at the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show, the Razer Blade Stealth is here. Also, having invested some quality hands-on energy with the last item, it’s not hard to perceive any reason why this thin Windows 10 tablet with a 12.5-inch screen got such a

ASUS ROG STRIX GL503VD-DB71 15.6-Inch Full HD Gaming Notebook

Spending gaming tablets require a makeover, and Asus may be the organization to give them one. The $1,099 Asus ROG Strix GL503 is extraordinary compared to other looking passage level gaming notepads you can get. The organization keenly obtained the looks from its more premium laptop PCs and connected them here. It additionally has a

The Razer Blade 14-Inch HD Gaming Laptop

Introduction You have presumably observed the Razer Blade earlier; it’s currently getting on four years of age. In any case, it’s maturing nimbly. As a product offering, the Razer Blade was initially presented in 2013Best Price as an excellent 14-inch-screened gaming notepad. (It’s particular from the more up to date Razer Blade Stealth, which is

ASUS ROG GL552VW-DH74 15-Inch Gaming Laptop

Bearing the top of the line Republic of Players (ROG) mark, the most current laptop from Asus guarantees to play “top computer games” at 1080p effortlessly – in any case, surprisingly, costs under £1,000. Likewise, Asus isn’t just pitching the GL552 at players; it has its eye on creatives as well. That is no stun,