$5000 laptop with a Lamborghini emblem, the Razer Blade 16. The B8 S4 with the Stage 2 dual-pulley swap optimized for race gas is the vehicle of choice for PC gamers. The ultimate result is dumb power packaged in the most covert manner, along with added questions from observers.
The Blade 16 x Automobili Lamborghini Edition is essentially a brand partnership between the illustrious supercar manufacturer and a relatively new California computer manufacturer. In 2010, Lamborghini and Asus collaborated on a 12-inch laptop, although the design, construction, and performance were more LM002 than Murcielago. Razer’s Lambo sports orange cooling fans as part of a vapour chamber cooling system, hand-painted USB ports in Arancio Apodis, a one-piece aluminium chassis with a laser-etched Y symbol, and other features that I’d have wished were fitted in the fiery-hot Aventador. It’s high-end at every level. Else, the design is very unshowy and tasteful.
The specifications are just crazy. The 24-core i9-13950HX, which operates at 5.5 GHz, is the fastest Intel CPU used by Razer. The fastest graphics processor, the Nvidia GeForce RTX 4090, is then paired with a 16-inch Mini-LED display that has two native resolutions: just above 1080p at 240 Hz for gaming, and 4K at 120 Hz for photo editing. Only one display type can be offered by the greatest laptops. This Razer laptop is unique in the marketplace.
Only 150 of the Blade 16’s will be produced for the American market, and each one comes with a copy of Assetto Corsa Competizione and a special black and orange packaging appropriate for the Blade 16’s exorbitant pricing. Who worries about battery life with this much power when it’s like fuel consumption? Instead of purchasing, you should probably refurbish your bathroom fast silicon that’ll depreciate to near zero, but damn, no one will roll up next to you at E3 with one of these.