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If you’re looking for a powerful, portable device that can handle big creative projects, check out the new Razer Blade 15 Studio Edition laptop, a mobile-workstation tailored to meet the needs of anyone from an audio engineer to VFX artist.
It comes with the latest 8-Core 10th Gen Intel processor capable of up to 5.1 GHz clock speeds when utilizing Intel Thermal Velocity Boost technology. The increased core count over the previous generation paired with the higher boost clock speeds provides significant performance gains in CPU intensive applications.
It’s also equipped with the NVIDIA Quadro RTX 5000 GPU for creators and technical professionals working with dense 3D models or complex VFX designs. It includes 16GB of GDDR6 memory for multi-app creative workflows and 48 RT Cores for improved real-time ray tracing performance. At the software level, the Quadro RTX 5000 takes advantage of RTX acceleration in more than 45 of the world’s top creative and design applications.
“If I was to ask myself a few years ago, if I could pull off a high concept CG animated project like ‘Battlesuit’ on a laptop remotely – I would probably think I was insane,” says Hasraf “HaZ” Dulull, the series’ director and producer. “Today, tools like Unreal Engine powered by NVIDIA GPU rendering on a Blade laptop are empowering filmmakers like myself to push the boundaries of sci-fi storytelling without restrictions, thus enabling me to realize my vision regardless of how wild my imagination is.”
The laptop also comes with a custom calibrated 15.6-inch 4K OLED touch display, a UHS-III SD card reader and USB-C charging.
All this comes in a thin and durable design, with a chassis crafted from a single block of T6 grade aluminum and anodized with a mercury white finish.
Razer’s flagship creator laptop will retail for $4,299.99 and is available now at Razer.com and through select retailers in the U.S., Canada, U.K. and Germany. It will come soon to select retailers in Europe, China, Asia Pacific and the Middle East.
For more information and to check out other laptops geared for creators, head over to Razer.
To learn more about how “Battlesuit” was created on a Razer Blade 15 by sci-fi director Dulull, visit #MADEWITHBLADE.
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