Razer has revealed the Australian pricing for the new Razer Blade starting at $2,999 AUD.

The new Razer Blade features an Intel Core i7 Quad-Core with a GTX 970M graphics card and 16 GB of DDR4 RAM. All models also come with the 3200 x 1800 QHD+ display and remains 0.70 inches thin – perfect for travelling. The new Razer Blade also features the thunderbolt port which will work with the new Razer Core external graphics card unit to expand it’s capabilities.

You can pick up the new Razer Blade in two different models with the main difference only being the amount of storage (PCIe SSD) you get:

  • 256GB Razer Blade model – $2,999
  • 512GB Razer Blade model – $3,299

“We are getting much more aggressive as far as price point, but that hasn’t come at a cost to
the performance or design of the Razer Blade,” says Min-Liang Tan, Razer co-founder and
CEO.

“We’ve improved nearly every aspect of the 14-inch laptop, from CPU and GPU
performance to system memory and port selection. Chroma technology unlocks an
unprecedented, immersive experience on a gaming laptop.”

The Razer Blade is now available from Razerzone – find out more now.