Razer Blade laptop or Surface Book?

Discussion in 'Which Laptop should I buy?' started by Ningck, Jul 25, 2021.

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    Ningck

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    I’m thinking about purchasing a new laptop (I currently have a surface book 2). I really like my Surface Book 2 but it has some problems when gaming (gets really hot and loud). I was looking into gaming laptops and came across Razer Blade, which is considered one of the best gaming laptops out there. I really like how it’s not super big and thick like most gaming laptops (it looks like a “normal” laptop). Are there any disadvantages of the Razer Blade compared to the Surface Book? I’ve been using Microsoft products my whole life since I find them reliable and don’t really know too much about Razer. I don’t care about price too much (they are about the same anyways, the Razer Blade is even slightly cheaper).

    I will be using the laptop for casual use (like browsing the internet, watching videos, etc) as well as gaming and coding.

    Any other laptop recommendations would also be welcomed.
     
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    madmaxnightrider

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    Razor Blade is a really really good laptop. I have researched many different Gaming Laptops & Razor Blade is a really cool laptop. I have not heard anything bad about the Razor Blade.
     
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    Shweta Singh

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    If you like the Razer styling and materials though, it may be worth it for you. Or if you are not as budget sensitive, then sure- go for it. In my opinion though, it's not worth the extra cost. There is some good news to come out of this that I think Razer and I can agree on: gaming performance with this Blade 15 Advanced is good. It's one of the few laptops out there that pairs an RTX 3060 (a somewhat low-powered one, at that, with 85W maximum graphics power and 1,282MHz boost clock) and a QHD screen.
     
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