Razer makes some excellent gaming laptops and right now you can save $400 on the Razer Blade 16 that comes with an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 GPU inside of it. This deal is for a limited time only as well, so you may want to act fast if you want to save some money.

This is for the 2023 model of the Blade 16 which is why Razer is offering it for $400 off. $3,900 is still a lot for a gaming laptop. However, it’s a lot better than spending $4,300 and that’s especially true with all of the powerful components that come in this one. The RTX 4090 GPU is certainly one of the best specs. But this laptop also comes with 32GB of RAM, an Intel Core i9-13950HX CPU, and a 2TB SSD.

What’s really awesome about this laptop though is the display. It’s a Mini LED panel for one so you’re getting really good color contrasts and brightness. Additionally, it can switch between 4K and Full HD resolutions. There is a reason for this too. If you have it set to 4K you’ll get up to 120Hz for the refresh rate. If you want a smoother visual experience you can swap it to the Full HD resolution and the refresh rate gets bumped up to 240Hz. So you can choose between better visual clarity or smoother gameplay.

With a laptop like this one, you’re going to be able to play games like Cyberpunk 2077 with all of the graphics maxed out and still get decent frame rates. And because it’s an RTX 4090 GPU you can turn on features like DLSS frame generation, ray tracing, and path tracing for an amazing gaming experience. At least in games that support those features.

Plus, Razer’s Blade laptops are truly an engineering marvel. They stay pretty cool and pump out some serious performance while remaining relatively thin.

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