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Razer Blade 15 (Kaby Lake-R) Laptop Review (Page 3)

Steven Bassiri | Nov 7, 2018 at 10:00 am CST - 0 mins, 42 secs reading time for this page
Rating: 93%Manufacturer: Razer

Physical Overview Continued

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We get a 1MP 720P camera along with an array microphone.

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The notebook opens up roughly 135 degrees.

Here we can see the notebook all opened up, and the new vapor chamber in its greatness. The new technology is different from what Razer has used in the past. The huge chamber uses graphite-based ser-grade thermal materials, 69 fins on the heat exchangers, and custom 44-blade fans. With the battery on the opposite side of the notebook, weight is distributed pretty evenly.

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We find Intel's latest Wireless-AC 9260NGW, which is capable of 2x2 wireless AC up to 1.733Gbps. We also see Razer is using 8GB Samsung memory modules.

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Right above the 80Wh battery, we find the 512GB NVMe SSD. It is a Samsung MZ-VLW5120, which is like a PM961.

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