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Razer Upgrades its Blade Notebooks with OLED Screens

Razer, the gaming specialist, is breathing new life into its Blade notebook series. The spotlight of the upgraded versions of Razer Blade 16 and 18 primarily falls on their displays.

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CES 2024 Anticipation: A Sneak Peek

The Consumer Electronics Show 2024 is looming on the horizon. From January 9th to 12th, 2024, manufacturers worldwide will unveil their tech novelties in Las Vegas, USA. Among them, Razer takes the stage, set to unveil product innovations during the event. Ahead of the show, the gaming expert now offers a glimpse into the revamped Razer Blade 16 and Blade 18 gaming notebooks. While Razer hasn’t disclosed the internal technology, they do reveal the display features aiming to captivate gaming enthusiasts eyeing the 16- and 18-inch models.

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First-Ever Swift OLED Monitors

For the displays of its new gaming notebooks, Razer has teamed up with Samsung, as per their statement. The outcome? Both Razer Blade 16 and Blade 18 will feature OLED monitors with high refresh rates. A high refresh rate is crucial for gamers as it determines the number of images the screen displays per second. Resultantly, it ensures smooth, blur-free visuals, especially during fast-paced gaming scenes. Razer expects the new Blade 16 to boast an impressive 240Hz refresh rate, while stating that the Blade 18’s rate sits at 185Hz.

Razer Upgrades its Blade Notebooks with OLED Screens (Blade 16 & Blade 18)

Although their predecessors boasted high refresh rates, this advantage is now coupled with the merits of an OLED display. Thus, anticipating not only smoother gaming scenes but also deep blacks, rich contrasts, and extensive color coverage.

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Price and Launch Dates Remain Unknown

According to the manufacturer’s specifications, both screens are said to offer swift response times. The Razer Blade 16 clocks in at a mere 0.2 milliseconds, while the Razer Blade 18 measures 3 milliseconds. Additionally, the two gaming innovations differ in screen resolution. Razer states that while the Razer Blade 18 will render content in 4K resolution, the Blade 16 boasts a maximum resolution of 2500×1600 pixels (QHD+).However, both maintain a 16:10 aspect ratio. Razer plans to unveil further details regarding specifications, prices, and release dates for the Razer Blade 16 and Blade 18 during CES 2024. At present, Razer prices the two predecessors at around $3299 for the Blade 16 and $3750 for the Blade 18.

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