Razer announced the two new members of its popular Blade lineup at CES 2023. The Razer Blade 16 and Razer Blade 18 both come equipped with the latest 13th generation Intel Core i9 HX chipset, NVIDIA’s next-gen RTX 40 series GPUs, and upgradeable DDR5 5600MHz memory—all encased within Razer’s signature thin and light chassis.
The Blade 16 features the world’s first 16-inch HDR-capable dual-mode Mini-LED display that supports two different native refresh rates and resolutions: 4K at 120Hz (Creator mode) or FHD+ at 240Hz (Gamer mode). This means you can select between modes, depending on what you’re doing.
Razer claims this Mini-LED screen can go up to 1,000 nits at peak brightness when displaying HDR content or up to 600 nits for SDR content.
The Blade 16 will retail starting at $2,699.99.
Meanwhile, the Blade 18 is what Razer calls the most powerful laptop the company has ever made. Aside from the beefy components mentioned above, this cutting-edge laptop sports an 18-inch QHD+ display with 240Hz refresh rate, as well as a new 5MP webcam.
It also comes with a booming six-speaker setup that supports THX spatial audio, a comprehensive port selection, and hyper-efficient vapor chamber cooling. Price starts at $2,899.99