The first major update since 2013
Razer has finally given an update to the mid-range Blade gaming laptop. The all-new model now sports a bigger and near-bezel less 15.6 display, 8th-generation Intel Core i7 Processors, and Max-Q GTX 1060 or GTX 1070 GPUs.
Other configuration options include up to 32GB RAM, up to 1TB SSD (both RAM and SSD being user-replaceable), and various display options that include 60hz, 144hz, and 4K displays.
As for ports, the Razer Blade comes with three USB 3.1 ports, a Thunderbolt 3 port, a mini Display port, and an HDMI port. The latter three ports give the Razer Blade the ability to support up to three displays(!) at once for maximum productivity.
Pricing for the Razer Blade starts at $1900(~Php 99.3k). The entry-level gets you a 60hz display, 256GB SSD, and a GTX 1060 GPU. Availability for all Razer Blade variants starts this June.