All-New Razer Blade laptops for 2021 with NVIDIA GeForce 30 Series graphics cards: Specs, price, release date and more news

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Good news for people hoping to have a more powerful gaming rig but who've been unable to get their hands on one of the NVIDIA RTX 30 series, Razer is going to launch some with the GPUs already in them.

It's not a perfect fix for those desperately waiting to upgrade their own PC, but it is good news for anybody who has been waiting to buy a new gaming laptop.

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The announcement came at CES 2021, and the laptops are all beastly. This is thanks to the power of the NVIDIA graphics cards, as well as the required hardware to support them to the fullest.

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Here's what you need to know about them.

Razer Blade RTX 30 specs and features

The Razer Blade comes in two versions, both of which are then highly customisable based on what specs you want.

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The key thing to note here is that you can now choose the RTX 3060, RTX 3070, or RTX 3080 within them. That's the thing that makes these new versions so impressive.

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Razer Blade RTX 30 price

The pricing for these beastly things starts at around £1800 for the Razer Blade 15, and around £2400 for the Razer Blade 17.

Both will be substantially more expensive if you opt for the best possible version though, and generally speaking that's the version that'll have the RTX 3080 card within it.

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Razer Blade RTX 30 release date

The Razer Blade 15 will be going on sale as of January 26th. Which means you're only a couple of weeks away from buying one if you so choose.

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The Razer Blade 17, on the other hand, has no firm release date yet, but should be available before April.

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