If there is a notebook that Americans envy, because its distribution is limited to the US, is the Razer Blade 14. It is a small but powerful notebook, posing in just 17 mm thick and 2 kg of weight a budget technique that are the envy of the giant category: Intel Core i7-4720HQ quad-core, dated but still very valid, 16GB of RAM, 256 / 512GB of SSD storage, Nvidia GeForce GTX 970M with 3GB of GDDR5 memory and display 14-inch IGZO qHD + (3200 x 1800 pixels) and Full HD (1920 x 1080 pixels) of your choice.
From next year, however, also European users will be able to buy it “at home”. Razer has announced a few hours ago, an official press release, which next month will start the distribution of its range of laptop gaming in Europe. The date to circle in red on the calendar is December 10, the day when the Nordic region will be able to buy the online store Razer Laptop Razer Blade 14-inch. Sales in the rest of Europe (including Italy) will open in 2016.
At the moment we have no precise information on prices, but only the first details on the SKU that will be available: the new Razer Blade qHD + 256GB distributed next month has a backlit keyboard, anti-ghosting with specific layout for the Scandinavian region. Customers in the rest of Europe will be able to buy models of the Razer Blade qHD + 256 GB and 512 GB and 256 GB Full HD with US keyboard.
“The great demand in Europe’s most subtle and powerful gaming laptop in the world has always been a constant thought since we launched the Razer Blade three years ago,” said Min-Liang Tan CEO and co-founder of Razer. “We are pleased to announce that finally everything is ready for the supply of portable high-performance gaming Razer in Europe in 2016, with the set of features and support of product that gamers want and deserve.”