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Razer adds 4K OLED and 240Hz screen options to its Blade 15 laptops

The Verge Tuesday, 23 April 2019 ()
Razer adds 4K OLED and 240Hz screen options to its Blade 15 laptopsRazer has announced that, starting on April 24th, there will be two new display choices available for the Blade 15 Advanced gaming laptop: a 4K OLED panel and a 240Hz high-refresh LCD option. These new displays, which were first shown off at CES earlier this year, join the 144Hz LCD option that’s already available. The Blade 15 Advanced also now comes with Intel’s new Core i7-9750H processor that’s clocked at 2.6GHz with a turbo boost to 4.5GHz and a new Wi-Fi 6 networking card with support for 2.4 Gbps speeds.

The 240Hz screen is one of the highest refresh rates available, and it provides a smoother experience for gaming. It has a 1080p resolution, a matte finish, and it supports 100 percent of the sRGB color space.

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Razer has announced a bevy of new gaming laptops, including two with advanced display technologies. One has an OLED 4K screen, while the other offers a 240Hz refresh rate for a high-speed, smooth gaming experience.

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