When I saw the Razer Blade back at E3 a year ago, I thought it had some nice internals and power. The problem was the screens weren't up to what I thought would be worthy of such a machine. Well, today Razer is addressing that and then some.
The 14" laptop is getting a 3200x1800 touchscreen that will give you a PPI of 262. The backlit screen has 10 points of touch and 160 degree viewing angle. The screen, one of the only weaknesses of the previous Blade, has now been fixed.
To power the new screen, the Blade is using the new NVIDIA GeForce 870M GPU. Talk is there's up to a 70% performance boost over the previous mobile GPU in the 870M. This GPU was just announced today and it will pair up with an Intel i7 Haswell processor to give this laptop some oopmh.
8GB of memory is onboard and you can get SSD configurations of 126GB, 256GB, or 512GB.
The 14" Razer Blade starts at $2,199 and will be available around April of this year.