Razer has unveiled two new models in its ultra-thin Razer Blade gaming laptop line at CES 2023, with the brand new Razer Blade 16 and Razer Blade 18.
Both machines are a slight shift in size for the Blade range, with each sporting a 16:10 display and the Razer Blade 18 being the company’s largest model yet in terms of screen real estate.
Both the Razer Blade 16 and Blade 18 will carry the newest 13th gen Intel Core chipsets and NVIDIA RTX 40-series GPUs, with upgradeable DDR5 5600Mhz memory. Razer says these new models also represent breakthroughs in design and thermal regulation.
Razer Blade 16
The Razer Blade 16 will be available with a 16″ mini-LED HDR display capable of seamlessly switching between a UHD/120HZ “Creator” mode and a FHD/240Hz “Gamer” mode. It’ll retail starting at $2699.99 USD (approx $4000 AUD) when it arrives sometime in Q1 2023.
Razer Blade 18
Meanwhile the Razer Blade 18 is a full-on desktop replacement machine sporting an 18″ QHD+ 240Hz display, 5mp camera, 6-speaker array with THX spatial audio, upgradeable components and more. It’ll retail starting from $2899.99 USD (approx $4250 AUD) when it arrives sometime in Q1 2023.