• The $299 Razer Core X is the cheapest way to give your MacBook the graphics card it deserves

    6 monthes ago - By TheBoyGeniusReport

    The biggest failing of the 13-inch MacBook Pro isn't the price tag or the strange touch bar or those fistfuls of dongles; it's that Apple's flagship laptop for people to do work doesn't have discrete graphics. Sure, the integrated graphics is all well and good, but the sad truth is that there's a long list of professional software that's just painful to use without a discrete graphics card, something that you have to upgrade to the 15-inch MacBook Pro to get.
    The obvious solution is to use an external graphics card, which is now feasible thanks to software changes in recent versions of...
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  • Razer Blade (2018) Release Date, Price and Specs - CNET

    Razer Blade (2018) Release Date, Price and Specs - CNET

    6 monthes ago - By CNET

    Bigger screen, better graphics and a barely there bezel make for a big upgrade.
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  • Razer Core X Review

    6 monthes ago - By Laptop Mag

    The Razer Core X can fit the biggest graphics cards and turn your ultraportable laptop into the baddest gaming laptop in the land.
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  • Razer claims ‘world's smallest' with its 2018-edition Blade 15 gaming laptop

    Razer claims ‘world's smallest' with its 2018-edition Blade 15 gaming laptop

    6 monthes ago - By Digital Trends

    Razer refreshed its Blade laptop for 2018 with a six-core Intel Core i7 CPU and a pair of Max-Q discrete GPUs from Nvidia. You will find five configurations starting at $1,899. A new external GPU enclosure is available too.
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  • Hands on: Razer's Core X GPU enclosure is cheaper, bigger, and even works with Macs

    Hands on: Razer's Core X GPU enclosure is cheaper, bigger, and even works with Macs

    6 monthes ago - By PC World

    Meet the Razer Core X, the external GPU enclosure that complements the original Core by offering most of the capabilities for a lot less cash. When the first Core was unveiled in 2016, it amazed everyone with its ability to boost the graphics performance of a tiny laptop. It shocked everyone with its price, too: $500. The Core X doesn't offer the dual Thunderbolt 3 controllers with Ethernet and USB, nor does it sport the Core's svelte profile. But it makes up for these deficits in price: a cool $299. To read this article in full,
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  • Razer Core X is a lower-priced eGPU for laptop gaming

    Razer Core X is a lower-priced eGPU for laptop gaming

    6 monthes ago - By Windows Central

    Razer has an all-new, much cheaper external GPU launching alongside the new Blade 15.
    The Razer Core is a great product for folks who want the convenience of a laptop but also want a full-on gaming PC when they're at home. It doesn't just hook up a desktop graphics card to a Blade Stealth, but offers a plethora of connectivity.
    But it comes at a price. However, if you only want it for its GPU capabilities, there's now another way. And it's a lot more affordable.
    Say hello to the Razer Core X.
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  • Razer's new external graphics enclosure is compatible with Macs

    6 monthes ago - By TechCrunch

    A couple of gaming hardware announcements just dropped from team Razer. What makes the Core X graphics enclosure arguably the most notable of the bunch is the inclusion of a standard Thunderbolt 3 connection on the rear of the device.
    In addition to Razer's own systems and Windows 10 PCs, the new enclosure is compatible with Apple products running macOS High Sierra 10.13.4. That's part of a whole new focus on gaming for Apple's devices, unveiled back at WWDC roughly this time last year, along with the promise of VR development support.
    In late March, external GPU support officially arrived...
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  • Razer announces future-proof Razer Core X external graphics enclosure

    6 monthes ago - By WMPoweruser

    Today, Razer announced Razer Core X, a Thunderbolt 3 external graphics card enclosure for gaming-grade performance for $299. The Razer Core series of external graphics enclosures including the Core V2 and Core X are now compatible with Mac laptops with Thunderbolt 3. The new Core X transforms integrated graphics laptops like the Razer Blade Stealth...
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  • Razer announces a cheaper external GPU enclosure and support for macOS

    Razer announces a cheaper external GPU enclosure and support for macOS

    6 monthes ago - By The Verge

    Razer is updating its Core line of external GPU enclosures today, introducing a new Core X model and adding support for Apple's MacBook Pro laptops with Thunderbolt 3 ports.
    The Core X is designed as a new, entry level model for Razer's external GPU line, costing just $299 (as opposed to the Core V2 's $499 price tag), although it loses out on some of the Core V2's more advanced features like USB and Ethernet ports and Razer's Chroma lighting. That said, the Core X does offer some improvements over the Core V2, with 100W pass-through charging over Thunderbolt, an integrated 650W power...
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  • The new Razer Blade has a bigger screen, smaller bezels, and Nvidia Max-Q GPUs

    The new Razer Blade has a bigger screen, smaller bezels, and Nvidia Max-Q GPUs

    6 monthes ago - By The Verge

    The Razer Blade has served as the core of Razer's laptop lineup for years now, but while the compact Razer Blade Stealth and high-end Blade Pro have received recent updates in the past few years, the middle-of-the-road Blade has been largely left out: the basic look has been unchanged since 2013 , even as Razer has continued to update internal hardware over time.
    The new Blade offers a completely overhauled design
    But that changes today with the latest revision of the Razer Blade, which completely overhauls the stagnant Blade design. with a new look, a bigger 15.6-inch display, Intel's...
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  • Razer's revamped Blade gaming laptop is an upgrade in every way

    Razer's revamped Blade gaming laptop is an upgrade in every way

    6 monthes ago - By Engadget

    The Razer Blade is back, and it has pretty much all of the features you'd expect from a gaming notebook in 2018. Notably, the company has refined the laptop's design significantly. Gone are the bulky bezels around the last Blade's 14-inch screen...
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  • Razer unveils a cheaper external GPU case, the $299 'Core X'

    6 monthes ago - By Engadget

    Razer's latest stab at an external GPU case, the $299 Core X, is its most interesting one yet. Like the company's earlier models, it's a way for you to bring the power of a desktop video card to ultraportable laptops. It just does so for much less th...
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  • Everything Razer announced today: Razer Core X, Blade 2018

    Everything Razer announced today: Razer Core X, Blade 2018

    6 monthes ago - By SlashGear

    This morning Razer revealed two major upgrades for two major products: the 2018 Razer Blade and the new Razer Core X. They also announced a few accessories that work between the two major products. The Razer Blade takes what worked with previous generations of Razer Blade ultra-thin gaming laptops and made it all better - 1920 x 1080 or...
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