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Razer Blade Pro i7-7700HQ Notebook 43.9 cm (17.3") Full HD Intel® Core™ i7 16 GB DDR4-SDRAM 2256 GB HDD+SSD NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1060 Windows 10 Black

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A notebook, also known as laptop, is a portable computer. When you are looking for the right notebook, it is important to know where you are going to work with it. Do you want to use it on the road? Choose a model with a special energy-saving 'mobile' processor, a good battery and a reasonably small display. This will allow you to work longer with the same battery and saves you the trouble of carrying around a large display that consumes a lot of precious battery power. Or will you be using you notebook mainly in places where you will have access to a power outlet? Then choose a desktop processor (more processing power for less money) and an ordinary battery. This will save you a lot of money, which you could then spend on a bigger screen. You'll work faster because you can view more information at once and it's great for multimedia!
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Bullet Points Razer Blade Pro i7-7700HQ Notebook 43.9 cm (17.3") Full HD Intel® Core™ i7 16 GB DDR4-SDRAM 2256 GB HDD+SSD NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1060 Windows 10 Black :
  • - Notebook Clamshell Black
  • - Intel® Core™ i7 i7-7700HQ 2.8 GHz
  • - 43.9 cm (17.3") 1920 x 1080 Matt
  • - 16 GB DDR4-SDRAM
  • - 2256 GB HDD+SSD 5400 RPM
  • - NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1060 6 GB NVIDIA G-SYNC
  • - 10,100,1000 Mbit/s Bluetooth version: 4.1
  • - Lithium Polymer (LiPo) 70 Wh 165 W
  • - Windows 10 64-bit
Long product name Razer Blade Pro i7-7700HQ Notebook 43.9 cm (17.3") Full HD Intel® Core™ i7 16 GB DDR4-SDRAM 2256 GB HDD+SSD NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1060 Windows 10 Black :
The short editorial description of Razer Blade Pro i7-7700HQ Notebook 43.9 cm (17.3") Full HD Intel® Core™ i7 16 GB DDR4-SDRAM 2256 GB HDD+SSD NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1060 Windows 10 Black

Intel Core i7-7700HQ (2.8GHz/3.8GHz), 17.3" Full HD (1920x1080), NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060, 16GB RAM, 256GB+2TB, Windows 10, Bluetooth 4.1, Wi-Fi, 2.0MP, 3.07 kg
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Short summary description Razer Blade Pro i7-7700HQ Notebook 43.9 cm (17.3") Full HD Intel® Core™ i7 16 GB DDR4-SDRAM 2256 GB HDD+SSD NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1060 Windows 10 Black:
This short summary of the Razer Blade Pro i7-7700HQ Notebook 43.9 cm (17.3") Full HD Intel® Core™ i7 16 GB DDR4-SDRAM 2256 GB HDD+SSD NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1060 Windows 10 Black data-sheet is auto-generated and uses the product title and the first six key specs.

Razer Blade Pro, Intel® Core™ i7, 2.8 GHz, 43.9 cm (17.3"), 1920 x 1080 pixels, 16 GB, 2256 GB

Long summary description Razer Blade Pro i7-7700HQ Notebook 43.9 cm (17.3") Full HD Intel® Core™ i7 16 GB DDR4-SDRAM 2256 GB HDD+SSD NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1060 Windows 10 Black:
This is an auto-generated long summary of Razer Blade Pro i7-7700HQ Notebook 43.9 cm (17.3") Full HD Intel® Core™ i7 16 GB DDR4-SDRAM 2256 GB HDD+SSD NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1060 Windows 10 Black based on the first three specs of the first five spec groups.

Razer Blade Pro. Product type: Notebook, Form factor: Clamshell. Processor family: Intel® Core™ i7, Processor model: i7-7700HQ, Processor frequency: 2.8 GHz. Display diagonal: 43.9 cm (17.3"), HD type: Full HD, Display resolution: 1920 x 1080 pixels. Internal memory: 16 GB, Internal memory type: DDR4-SDRAM. Total storage capacity: 2256 GB, Storage media: HDD+SSD. On-board graphics card model: Intel® HD Graphics 630. Operating system installed: Windows 10. Product colour: Black

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Reviews
Updated:
2018-04-08 09:22:15
Uk has collected 84 expert reviews for Razer Blade Pro i7-7700HQ Notebook 43.9 cm (17.3") Full HD Intel® Core™ i7 16 GB DDR4-SDRAM 2256 GB HDD+SSD NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1060 Windows 10 Black and the average expert rating is 82 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Uk to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
82%
Source Review comments Score
hardwareheaven.com
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2018-04-08 09:22:14
This notebook costs £2,099 in the UK and $2,299 in the US. Let's find out if it's worth the cash.The entire laptop is hewn from black, matte, machined aluminium. The lid has the familiar green Razer logo, and that's it when it comes to loud ornamentation...
Bottom line It's difficult for a laptop to nail its brief when it's a gaming machine or a work notebook, and it's even trickier when a product tries to deliver the best of both worlds. Nevertheless, that's what the Razer Blade Pro is attempting – and our Razer Bla...
0%
expertreviews.co.uk
Updated:
2018-04-08 09:22:14
The lid also moves on perfectly balanced hinges, and Razer has positioned the touchpad next to the keyboard, rather than underneath it, with the keyboard occupying most of the base.At first, this setup is disarming. We kept dragging our fingers down to th...
Good Looks fantastic, Enough power for any AAA gaming title, Excellent screen...
Bad High price, Gets quite hot...
Bottom line Good performance, consistent thermals and high-quality design combine to make an excellent, if expensive, gaming laptop...
100%
bit.com.au
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2018-04-08 09:22:14
Business laptops never look this good, but the Razer Blade Pro is a unique machine. It's dark and svelte – despite the huge 17.3in screen – and it's built to address the dual demands of work and play.Razer has taken some bold decisions with its keyboard a...
Bottom line The Razer Blade Pro isn't cheap, but it's an excellent Windows 10 laptop that can handle just about any task – for work or play. If you want an alternative to the MacBook Pro or Dell XPS 15, with larger (17.3in) screen and more graphical grunt, the Razer...
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brisbanetimes.com.au
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2018-04-08 09:22:14
Following its more mobile Blade and Blade Stealth laptops, Razer has introduced its top-of-the-line Blade Pro gaming-focused machine in Australia for the first time.With a 17.3-inch screen, a Core i7 Kaby Lake processor and a beautiful, comfortable design...
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HEXUS.net
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2018-04-08 09:22:14
Enthusiast gamers in the market for a powerful 17in laptop would be right to have the Razer Blade Pro on their wish list. Introduced as Razer's take on a modern desktop replacement, the flagship Blade Pro packs an Intel Core i7 processor, GeForce GTX 1080...
Good Sleek for a 17in gaming laptop, Solid gaming potential at 1080p/120Hz, Good range of connectivity options, Comfortable RGB keyboard, Excellent stereo speakers...
Bad Pricey for a GTX 1060 laptop, Trackpad takes getting used to...
Bottom line Razer has extended the reach of its 17.3in Razer Blade Pro laptop with the addition of a second, more affordable model dubbed the Blade Pro Full HD.Geared for gaming first and foremost, the key point of differentiation is the change from a 4K IGZO pan...
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thunderbaylive.com
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2018-04-08 09:22:14
Lisa Gade reviews the new, more affordable version of Razer's biggest gaming laptop, the 17.3″ Razer Blade Pro. This model uses the same chassis and design, but has a full HD 1920 x 1080 matte non-touch display rather than 4K, and an NVIDIA GTX 1060 rathe...
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gizmodo.com.au
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2018-04-08 09:22:14
There are always going to be people who want a big, powerful laptop. I'm talking about people like developers that want to show off early game builds at trade shows or stubborn people who simply can't compromise on performance when they are away from home...
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Digitaltrends.com
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2018-04-08 09:22:15
Razer made a name for itself as a purveyor of high-quality gaming peripherals and systems, and its signature Blade lineup is legendary for its design, performance, and price tag. At the tip-top of Razer's catalogue sits the Blade Pro, a massive, massively...
Good Robust build quality, Gorgeous display, Excellent mechanical keyboard, Unparalleled gaming performance...
Bad Runs hot and loud, Poor battery life...
Bottom line If you want to kick desktop gaming to the curb without sacrificing performance, the Razer Blade Pro is your best option. It's big, powerful, and expensive, but it's also a real monster of a gaming rig...
80%
ultrabookreview.com
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2018-04-08 09:22:15
When choosing a new laptop, I always tend to look for the best value. To me, value can be a measure of a number of things, such as power, portability, price and reliability. I normally stop looking once the price goes over $2000, but I've always wondered...
Good Nice build quality, Beautiful Screen, Great performance for such a thin laptop, Speakers sound great, Excellent trackpad...
Bad keyboard is a major disappointment for many reasons, Trackpad in a bad spot for lefties, Gets extremely hot in both normal use and under heavy load, CPU throttles when overclocked, GPU is throttled compared to a normal GTX 1080, extremely expensive, Gsync...
Bottom line The Razer Blade Pro is definitely a mixed bag for me. There are some things I really like about it, such as the screen, build quality, trackpad and design. And those speakers sure sound great! But even some of those nice things have a couple tid-bits I do...
60%
au.pcmag.com
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2018-04-28 17:10:15
The Blade Pro is the most premium laptop in Razer's lineup, complete with a big 4K display and Nvidia GTX 1080 graphics, but its $3,999 price tag keeps it out of the grasp of many gamers. Because of that, Razer is offering a middle ground solution that ke...
Good Nice all-metal design, 120Hz panel, A ton of storage, Good battery life, Solid 1080p gaming performance...
Bad Pricier than average for a GTX 1060, Relatively dull matte screen...
Bottom line This less expensive take on the Blade Pro packs the premium build and many high-end features of its pricier sibling, but costs more than the average GTX 1060 gaming laptop...
70%
goodgearguide.com.au
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2018-06-24 18:50:38
Although a relatively-young (at least, compared to their headsets, mice and keyboards ) branch of the larger family tree, Razer's Blade gaming laptops have rarely struggled to find a following in the years since their introduction.This time around, the ne...
Good Great performance, Awesome build quality and design...
Bad Might be too bulky for some, The best don't come cheap...
Bottom line The new Razer Blade Pro doesn't exactly to solve any of the underlying or enduring drawbacks to the gaming laptop experience, but that's not to say it can't find a way to thrive within those limitations...
85%
kitguru.net
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2018-07-15 13:03:38
We've seen Razer Blade laptops before, but nothing like the Blade Pro. This updated machine is designed to appeal to gamers and professionals in equal measure – and it does that by mixing superb design with high-end components. With the model in question...
Good GTX 1060 is a reliable gaming GPU, Rest of the specification is fast and solid, Slim, light, sturdy and good-looking design, Keyboard and trackpad are innovative and have good quality, Screen is better than on most gaming notebooks...
Bad Expensive considering the overall spec, Chiclet keyboards still aren't great for gaming, Battery life is underwhelming, GTX 1060 can't fully exploit 120Hz screen...
Bottom line Home / Tech News / Featured Tech Reviews / Razer Blade Pro Review (w/ Core i7; GTX 1060)Razer Blade Pro Review (w/ Core i7; GTX 1060)Mike Jennings 2 days ago Featured Tech Reviews, Laptop / Mobile, Lifestyle, Notebook, Reviews1. Introduction2. First Look3...
80%
tweaktown.com
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2018-07-22 21:56:10
Today we are taking a look at a Razer notebook for the first time, and it's a pretty interesting one. Over the years Razer has developed a cult following much like Apple, and for a good reason.Razer takes their time with their notebook development and aim...
Bottom line The Blade Pro is well designed, well built, and performs admirably at 1080P. However, it will cost you a pretty penny and put a dent in your bank account. The good news is that a notebook of this caliber is going to a last a long time before something lik...
91%
pcworld.co.nz
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2018-08-26 09:45:27
Although a relatively-young (at least, compared to their headsets, mice and keyboards ) branch of the larger family tree, Razer's Blade gaming laptops have rarely struggled to find a following in the years since their introduction.This time around, the ne...
Good Great performance, Awesome build quality and design...
Bad Might be too bulky for some, The best don't come cheap...
Bottom line As with both its predecessors, the sell for the Razer Blade Pro comes surprisingly close to the sell its Apple-branded counterparts employ. As far as gaming laptops go, it's kind of "the safe option™".Razer are as far from unproven as gaming brands get, a...
85%
gadgetscentral.co.uk
Updated:
2018-09-08 16:36:53
The Razer Blade Pro crams high-end tech inside a mere 23mm case and it really does look the part.The minimalist black aluminium body along with Razer's familiar design language and colour scheme are on display, with Razer's green logo glaring at you on...
Bottom line The Razer Blade Pro is a superb gaming laptop. The GeForce GTX 1060 GPU and Core i7-7700HQ processor provide well-balanced all round performance, and the screen is exceptionally good. The touchpad and keyboard are a pleasure to use, build quality is solid...
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itpro.co.uk
Updated:
2020-08-18 16:11:48
Sign up for our daily newsletter Image 1 of 18 Business laptops never look this good, but the Razer Blade Pro is a unique machine. This machine is dark and svelte, with a 17.3in screen, and it's built to address the dual demands of work and play. Razer...
Good Great design and build quality, Powerful, wellbalanced components, Revised keyboard and trackpad work well, Good screen quality...
Bad Battery life is poor, Screen can't quite match MacBook, Storage is slower than Apple...
Bottom line The Razer Blade Pro is a large and slim laptop that does a good job at delivering for work and play. The components have ample power for most tasks, and the screen offers solid quality and great contrast. The MacBook is still our favourite, but the Bla...
80%
wmpoweruser.com
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2018-04-08 09:22:14
Nowadays, there's a fierce debate among players between consoles and gaming rigs. Which one truly offers a superior experience? While the answer to that question – if the price tag isn't a factor – is clear, what happens when you do factor it in? Can a ga...
75%
arstechnica.com
Updated:
2018-04-08 09:22:14
For all of the years we've talked about the gaming-hardware company Razer and its range of expensive and (sometimes) remarkably thin gaming laptops, we've rarely put those "Blade" machines through extensive testing. The Razer Blade line debuted in 2011 wi...
Good As good a gaming-laptop keyboard as you'll find in the $2,000 range, with the added boon of its robust color-customization suite, If you like a trackpad aligned on the right side of your keyboard, this one's better than most in the gaming-laptop space, Ma...
Bad In dropping to the $2,000 level, you give up the performance boosts needed to max out this 120Hz panel—especially since it doesn't use variable refresh rates to offset its frequent sub-120 performance, Enough bugs and crashes emerged to make us question t...
Bottom line How reliable, though?Blade Pro FHD and Alienware's 13 R3 have nearly identical specs, except for the R3 having slightly faster RAM. As such, most benchmarks for those two are within a margin of error of each other, with the R3 pulling out more frequently...
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techaeris.com
Updated:
2018-04-08 09:22:14
Razer is well known for their Razer Blade and Razer Blade Pro lineup of gaming laptops. However, not everyone can afford to shell out $4500USD for the new Razer Blade Pro and that's where the more affordable Razer Blade Pro FHD version comes in with lower...
Good Thin, sleek design given what's inside, Pretty quiet, even when full on gaming, Great performance, Decent sound, Plenty of ports, USB Type-C Thunderbolt, Matte screen, Includes free FL Studio 12 music software, Plenty of storage with 256GB + 2TB hard driv...
Bad Not a fan of the keyboard/trackpad layout, Backlighting doesn't extend to extra markings on keys, Mediocre battery life...
Bottom line Decent gaming laptops are usually notoriously huge and expensive. The Razer Blade Pro FHD is a more affordable option with great performance with a sleeker design than is normally seen in gaming laptops. Even though there are still a few minor issues like...
91%
computershopper.com
Updated:
2018-04-08 09:22:14
Starting at $3,999, the 17.3-inch Razer Blade Pro with 4K display is one very expensive, very exclusive slab of a gaming laptop. Although four grand is a formidable price, the Razer flagship's dazzling 3,840x2,160 screen, RGB-backlit mechanical keyboard...
Good Sharp-looking 120Hz screen, Solid build quality, Quiet, effective cooling, Excellent per-key RGB backlit keyboard, Long battery life...
Bad Pricey for GTX 1060-level performance, No dedicated gaming macro keys, Lacks built-in biometric features...
Bottom line Razer cuts the price of its 17.3-inch flagship gaming laptop roughly in half while keeping much of its appeal. But this GeForce GTX 1060 machine is priced perilously close to other brands' GTX 1070 models...
70%
pcmag.com
Updated:
2018-04-08 09:22:14
The Blade Pro is the most premium laptop in Razer's lineup, complete with a big 4K display and Nvidia GTX 1080 graphics, but its $3,999 price tag keeps it out of the grasp of many gamers. Because of that, Razer is offering a middle ground solution that ke...
Good Nice all-metal design, 120Hz panel, A ton of storage, Good battery life, Solid 1080p gaming performance...
Bad Pricier than average for a GTX 1060, Relatively dull matte screen...
Bottom line This less expensive take on the Blade Pro packs the premium build and many high-end features of its pricier sibling, but costs more than the average GTX 1060 gaming laptop...
70%
notebookcheck.net
Updated:
2018-04-08 09:22:14
Razor's edge. The latest Blade Pro drops a lot of what made last year's Blade Pro so unique. Perhaps surprisingly, the changes and downgrades have made for an even better and more balanced gaming machine in many ways...
Good relatively quiet fan noise during low loads; no tendency to pulsate, attractive matte design; very robust and dense build quality, no CPU or GPU throttling when gaming; steady performance, brighter display backlight than Blade Pro GTX 1080, strong bar hi...
Bad unimpressive black-white and gray-gray response times, smaller battery capacity than Blade Pro GTX 1080 SKU, loud fans when gaming; higher tendency to pulsate, no G-Sync or integrated mini-DisplayPort, fixed display with no other options, no THX or Sabre...
87%
notebookcheck.net
Updated:
2018-04-08 09:22:15
Slim at any cost. Razer's Blade Pro is one of the most powerful gaming laptops in the world, and simultaneously one of the thinnest. It was to be expected that this combination would lead to high temperatures and loud background noise. Just how bad is it...
Good mechanical keyboard with RGB backlighting, optional CPU overclocking, clean manufacturing, very good color space coverage, powerful hardware, large touchpad, slim build, attractive design, thin power supply, Thunderbolt 3, classy case, 32 GB RAM, PCIe SS...
Bad irregular lighting along lower rim of display, parts of palm rest heat to uncomfortable temperatures, GTX 1080 weaker than in other laptops, Razer Synapse makes registration compulsory, very loud in 3D mode, reflective display surface, laptop could be li...
84%
pcmag.com
Updated:
2018-04-08 09:22:15
Last year's version of the Razer Blade Pro blew us away with its high-quality build and stunning display, delivering top-end gaming capability in a premium (though pricey) package. This year's update ($3,999) is identical, but has a new Kaby Lake processo...
Good Premium build quality, Beautiful 4K touch display, High-end gaming performance...
Bad Loud fans, Minor audiovisual difference from non-THX version, Short battery life...
Bottom line The New Blade Pro is a modest improvement on the previous iteration, with a THX-certified panel and audio alongside a slightly faster unlocked Core i7 processor...
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engadget.com
Updated:
2018-04-08 09:22:15
When Razer made its first laptop, it was a company best known for selling third-party gamepads and high-performance gaming mice. Premium gimmicks were the name of the game. The company routinely released products with 17 buttons, adjustable tension analog...
Good Extremely powerful and VR-ready, Beautiful 4Kdisplay, Fantastic low-profile mechanical keyboard...
Bad Too big for some backpacks, Short battery life, Very expensive...
Bottom line The new Razer Blade Pro is unequivocally the most powerful laptop the company has ever built, and one of the first notebooks we've seen that can consistently play modern 4K games on high graphics settings. But that power comes at the cost of a high as...
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