ByIngrid Wilhelmina 2019-05-28 971
Now that Razer has transformed the gamer market, mobile workstations are now emerging as new tough competition for the established in the industry. The familiar Razer Blade 15 and Blade Pro 17 power laptops are now workstation compatible with the new Nvidia Quadro RTX 5000 GPU based on Turing and are called "Studio Edition".
Both the 15.3- and the 17.3-inch design come standard in the Studio Edition in the bright "Mercury White" color, which was previously optional for the Gamer Blade 15. The features are the same as the gamer editions, such as compatibility with the Thunderbolt3 eGPU Core X - the biggest change is the integrated Quadro GPUs instead of the RTX variants.
A not insignificant change for some, however, also affects the CPU of the Blade Pro 17. The Intel Octa-Core Intel Core i9-9880H can also be configured in the Studio Edition; the regular model stays at its maximum on the Hexa-Core-i7 9750H. And the Blade 15 also offers a special feature in the workstation version, namely an OLED option that does not exist on the Blade Pro 17.
Who wonders - no, Intel's Xeon CPUs including ECC RAM option are currently not provided, which could probably repel some interested parties, let's see if there changes in the longer term in the strategy. Both studio editions should be available by the end of the year - prices and specific dates are not yet available.
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