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Toyota is set to finance a flying car project that could take flight by 2018

Toyota is set to finance a flying car project that could take flight by 2018

access_time May 16, 2017

Japanese automaker Toyota is now joining the list of companies that trying to develop flying vehicles. Toyota and its group

EIZO Introduces 49-Inch Wall Mount Monitor For The Operating Room

EIZO Introduces 49-Inch Wall Mount Monitor For The Operating Room

access_time November 4, 2016

EIZO GmbH today announced a new 49-inch wall mount monitor for operating rooms (OR). The CuratOR LX490W is a Full

What You Need To Know About Making Your Guests Feel Special

What You Need To Know About Making Your Guests Feel Special

access_time August 10, 2016

If you’re in the hospitality industry, you know how important it is to make your guests feel special. You want


Razer Blade Upgrades In The Form Of An Optional 4K Display And Kaby Lake Processor

Razer Blade Upgrades In The Form Of An Optional 4K Display And Kaby Lake Processor

access_time July 6, 2017

Razer has introduced an improve, game enthusiasts have been looking forward to. Starting this month, the firm will begin rolling out a new Razer Blade (14-inch) with quicker memory, a new 4K UHD option, and the newest Intel Kaby Lake processor. In spite of the upgraded additives, the new model has the same thickness (0.70 inches) and weight (4.3 kilos with a 4K screen) because the final version, way to the unibody aluminum chassis.

The CPU has been juiced up from Skylake (Core i7-6700HQ) to a Kaby Lake core i7-7700HQ quad-core processor, The plain step as much as take, supplying more grunt and better strength performance chops.

Razer Blade

The brand new blade also has the closing version’s NVIDIA GTX 1060 GPU with 6GB of DDR5 VRAM, at the side of 16GB of DDR4 RAM minimum, SSD storage as much as 1TB, Thunderbolt 3 and the color-tastic Razer Chroma keyboard. NVIDIA’s cutting-edge computer GPUs at the moment are almost as effective as its laptop fashions, but a few reviewers determined the remaining 14-inch Blade to be somewhat susceptible at the pinnacle-end 3,two hundred x 1,800 decision, so it’s not probable to be higher on a 4K (3,840 x 2,160) display. The battery life changed into additionally middling on remaining year’s QHD Blade, so do not expect a large improvement there, both.

Full specs are below:

Dimensions: 13.6 x 9.3 x .70 (inches)
Weight: 4.10 lbs (1080p), 4.30 lbs (4K)
Processor: Seventh-generation Intel Core i7-7700HQ quad-core (2.8GHz)
Graphics Card: Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 6GB
RAM: 16GB
Display: 14-inch 1080p, or 14-inch 4K Touch Screen
Resolution: 1920 x 1080 or 3840 x 2160
Storage: 256GB SSD, 512GB SSD, or 1TB SSD
Ports: 3x USB 3.0, 1x Thunderbolt 3 (USB Type-C), 1x HDMI 2.0, 3.5mm jack
Webcam: 2.0MP
Operating System: Windows 10
Battery: 70 watt-hours
Price: $1,900 (1080p), $2,750 (4K)
Review: Coming Soon

As you would count on, the 14-inch Blade ain’t cheap — the entire HD model is now available in the US, Canada, United kingdom, Germany and France at Razerzone.com, starting at $1,899 (£1,799) and coming some other place in March. The 4K version is likely to be notably extra and it won’t arrive until as a minimum April of 2017.