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Razer Blade 14 Gaming Laptop

(42 customer reviews)

$1,999.99

AMD Ryzen 9 7940HS CPU – NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4060 GPU – 14″ 16:10 QHD+ 240Hz -16GB DDR5 RAM – 1TB SSD – Windows 11 – Vapor Chamber Cooling – Chroma RGB : Electronics

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PORTABLE, THIN, LIGHTWEIGHT: Precision-milled from a single aluminum block, the chassis achieves optimal strength-to-weight ratio complete with an anodized, scratch-resistant finish to protect it against the hazards of traveling

NVIDIA GEFORCE RTX 40-Series: Blade 14 delivers 33% more graphics power than the previous generation—enjoy playing at higher frames and greater visual fidelity than ever before, while staying on the go

AMD RYZEN 9 7940HS CPU: Featuring the latest Zen4 architecture and a slew of AI enhancements, power through dense workloads, maximize frames in the most demanding games, or cruise through daily tasks with new levels of ease

14” QHD+ 240HZ 16:10 DISPLAY: With a higher pixel density, faster refresh rate, and lower response time, gaming on the go has never looked this smooth or felt this immersive

EXPANDABLE DDR5 MEMORY: Operating at 16% higher frequency speeds for better performance, the laptop’s dual memory slots can also support up to 64 GB

UP TO 10 HOURS OF BATTERY: Featuring a larger 68.1 Wh battery and better power efficiency, this laptop is built for the long game and can quickly charge to 80% in 1-hour via 100 W USB Type-C charging

OPTIMIZED VAPOR CHAMBER COOLING: Covering 59% of the surface including the CPU and GPU, dual fans, and thinner .05mm exhaust fins, the enhanced vapor chamber solution cools components and provides a faster and more comfortable experience

 

 

Blade 14 is the best gaming laptop you can buy

Compact & Light Design

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4070 AMD Ryzen 9 7940HS QHD+ 240 HZ 16:10 Display

Expandable DDR5 Memory

1080P Wi-Fi 6E, USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-A , USB 4 Type-C + USB-C HDMI 2.1

setup Laptop

Razer Skins Protect customize

USB-C 130 W GaN Charger

Thunderbolt 4 Dock

Laptop Stand Chroma V2

Razer Orochi V2

Standing screen display size

‎14 Inches

Screen Resolution

‎2560 x 1440 pixels

Max Screen Resolution

‎2560 x 1440 pixels

Processor

‎5.2 GHz ryzen_9_7900x

RAM

‎16 GB DDR5

Hard Drive

‎1 TB SSD

Graphics Coprocessor

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4060

Chipset Brand

‎NVIDIA

Card Description

‎RTX 4060

Graphics Card Ram Size

‎16 GB

Wireless Type

‎Bluetooth, 802.11a/b/g/n/ac

Number of USB 3.0 Ports

‎2

Average Battery Life (in hours)

‎10 Hours

Brand

Razer

Series

‎Razer Blade 14

Item model number

‎RZ09-0482VEH3-R3U1

Operating System

Windows 11 Home

Item Weight

‎7.79 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎12.23 x 0.7 x 8.97 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎12.23 x 0.7 x 8.97 inches

Processor Brand

‎AMD

Number of Processors

‎8

Computer Memory Type

‎DDR5 RAM

Flash Memory Size

‎16 GB

Voltage

‎240 Volts

Batteries

‎1 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included)

ASIN

B0C35ZGB55

Model Name

Razer Blade 14

Screen Size

14 Inches

Hard Disk Size

1 TB

CPU Model

Ryzen 9 7900X

Ram Memory Installed Size

16 GB

Graphics Card Description

RTX 4060

42 reviews for Razer Blade 14 Gaming Laptop

  1. AB

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    I’m really enjoying this laptop!

    Design: Extremely well finished, beautiful and elegant.Screen: Excellent color and brightness. I really liked it!CPU: super powerful, but hot.GPU: good gaming performance. Warzone at 160fps in QHD.Thermal: Works reasonably well. Due to its size, it is a hot laptop, its aluminum body helps thermal dissipation, however, under high load, the upper strip above the keyboard becomes very hot to the touch of your hands, with the sensation of burning your fingers if you leave them on for longer 5 seconds.Synapse program: simple and direct interface, however in this first installation of Windows 11 it crashes throughout the startup, having to restart it to be able to use it. Another point that I didn’t like is the custom configuration, because in it I can adjust the cpu and gpu performance, which is great, but I can’t adjust the fans at the same time, which would help reduce thermals.In Games: Great performance in games. I can play AAA games on high or ultra with it on a $10 cooled base while sitting on my couch for hours.At work: Great for work, very responsive.

    4 people found this helpful

  2. Alec

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    The 2023 version is nearly perfect

    It’s actually crazy how well this laptop performs in such a clean, small form factor. The AMD Ryzen CPU is so efficient and makes so much sense compared to its Intel counterpart. You can game on a 14 inch fine if you want, or just plug an external, either or.Really the only issue is the battery life. I’m barely getting over 3 hours with just Chrome browsing and every setting I can find to limit power consumption. There must be something wrong with the drivers and its use of the dedicated GPU vs integrated. Still trying to find a fix. The battery will be easily replaceable down the line if I have to though (cover is very easy to remove, and it’s easily accessible from there).Also the speaker and keyboard quality flat out aren’t good.

    5 people found this helpful

  3. David K.David K.

    1.0 out of 5 stars

    Nice laptop, but seller has quality control issues

    The Blade 14 feels like it was well designed. The finish is a bit of a finger print magnet, but it feels solid and high quality. The keyboard has a nice tactile feel, it’s clicky without being very loud. Overall it feels like a compact premium laptop. Unfortunately the one I received didn’t work, so this was a very expensive paper weight that I had to send back.My experience:The laptop I got was clearly refurbished which I was not expecting, so that was obviously not a great start. I unwrapped it from the stingy amount of bubble wrap, plugged it in, powered it on, and got a Windows error message right out of the gate. I rebooted and was able to finish the Windows 11 setup on my 2nd attempt, no big deal.First I tried to install Chrome and got a CPU timer error blue screen of death about halfway through the install. I rebooted and tried installing Steam, this time I get a different blue screen of death about a bad sector.Ultimately I’m not sure if the issue ended up being hardware or software, but when I ordered a $2000 laptop I expected to be at least be able to boot it up and install Chrome… I returned the Razr, and once the refund processes I will probably order an Alienware X-14.

    6 people found this helpful

  4. Toast

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Wish that razer extended warranty covered 3rd party retailer sales

    I got the Asurion insurance to cover this, which is pretty good … but I almost wish I had gotten it off of Razer’s website for the Razer Care warranty or whatever.So far no issues with the laptop itself. Decent battery life. Kinda wish AMD had better optimization for the CPU and chipset. Still feels like Intel is more rock solid, but then again it may just be this AMD generation and I don’t have experience with a bunch of newer Intel chips.

  5. Pavel D.

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    The performance to portability is amazing

    I’ve been super happy with my blade since I got it. It’s quiet when you want it to be, and very fast, runs all games when you want that. Amazing versatility, and the build is the closest thing to a MacBook on the Wintel side.

    One person found this helpful

  6. Ethan Caldwell

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    So far so good!

    I’ve done a lot of research, returning a lot of laptops (including the 2022 blade with rtx 3060), but I think I’ve finally found the one. The blade 14, 2023, with rtx 4060! At first, I found the battery life to be terrible! But after I uninstalled geforce experience (bloatperience), my battery life doubled! I love this laptop, and I use it everyday as a student!

    2 people found this helpful

  7. Mark Holmstrand

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    This PC works better than I expected it to.

    I was nervous about buying a Razer laptop because Razer support is terrible. They don’t warranty anything that is not bought directly from their online store. So buying from Amazon was a risk. Fortunately, this little PC works perfectly and is hella fast. I got the Mercury version because it has more RAM. So glad I did.

    3 people found this helpful

  8. Book Reviewer

    1.0 out of 5 stars

    Expensive and Defective Laptop Does not power on

    I would give 0 Stars as Laptop is defective. The laptop powered on after pressing power button two times , I have entered all the details as country, language and computer name after that screen is black and I tried to power on and will never power on.

    4 people found this helpful

  9. Brent

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great gaming laptop for the mobile gamer

    I travel a lot for work and like to play games during my downtime, so this laptop fits me very well. It’s very powerful that can play the latest games yet light enough to be portable.

    6 people found this helpful

  10. Ahjema

    1.0 out of 5 stars

    DO NOT BUY – Defective hardware and support is bad.

    Mine developed a “buzzing” sound within a few months and support had me jump through lots of hoops to try and troubleshoot. After following their instructions which included re-installing windows it now not only buzzes but does not see all the RAM anymore.I sent it back through an RMA and it came back a few weeks later with literally nothing fixed. Still buzzes and still does not see all the RAM. They closed out the old ticket and had me start all over again. Have spent hours with this.This has been an ongoing issue for almost 2 months now.I am going to write this off as a very expensive lesson and just go get a Lenovo Legion.Razer Incident Reference # 230706-001836 <== if anyone at Razer is interested in this. 14 people found this helpful

  11. Amaad Rafi Zaidi

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Pinnacle of Portability and Power: The Razer Blade 14 Review

    The Blade 14 stands out as one of the most exceptional gaming laptops I’ve ever encountered! Featuring a stunning display and formidable specifications, it unequivocally reigns supreme in the realm of portable gaming laptops.

  12. Justin Kalicharan

    Monster in sheeps clothes

    I absolutely love this powerhouse of a laptop. The RAM is upgradable, and I immediately upgraded to 64GB DDR5 RAM. I wanted a portable, durable laptop that has some decent specs to game, and this laptop fits that need perfectly. I love the CNC aluminum finish, and love how I can actually work with this on my lap without it burning my legs. Highly recommend for those that are always on the go, and need something that is actually portable.

    One person found this helpful

  13. IB

    Powerful beast in a gorgeous form factor, with some truly baffling shortcomings

    I was _this close_ to returning the Razer 14, but in the end, kept it. It’s a really great machine with some truly obnoxious shortcomings.PROS:* Beastly fast. Upgrading from ultrabook-class notebooks is a relief. I upgraded to 64GB memory internally and this should last a long time.* Svelte enough given its components. There’s nothing else like it on the market.* Bright, beautiful screen and decent-enough keyboard.* Razer lighting customizations are unnecessary but fun :DCONS:* Insanely cheap case screws. I had to dremel them to open the case, and replace with better ones. WTF, Razer, are you thinking on a $4000 machine.* No touchscreen. I get it, I just don’t like it. For what I do, I’d much rather have a decent touchscreen than 240hz.* Only OK touchpad. Specifically, it’s a giant touchpad with only one tiny corner that works for a right-click, which is problematic in Windows.* Ridiculously huge and heavy power brick, and only 50W USB-C PD charging, which is frustrating because under load the computer draws quite a lot more. I am using 100W+ cables and chargers, but can’t get the laptop to accept more than 50W.* No dedicated END key. Yes, there’s fn-right, but this is more annoying than I would have expected ;)I almost returned the laptop after the fiasco just trying to open the case, and honestly am worried about reliability given some of those component choices, but overall it seems like a keeper. And I really enjoy something that’s almost-portable, but plenty powerful for any of my day to day work and games.

    3 people found this helpful

  14. Customer0526

    Macbook pro in Windows!

    Good build quality and amazing design. However, its battery life is not as good as other AMD-CPU laptop. Mine battery life is shorter than 3 hours for no reason, even though I blocked the GPU.

  15. Amaad Rafi Zaidi

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Pinnacle of Portability and Power: The Razer Blade 14 Review

    The Blade 14 stands out as one of the most exceptional gaming laptops I’ve ever encountered! Featuring a stunning display and formidable specifications, it unequivocally reigns supreme in the realm of portable gaming laptops.

  16. Justin Kalicharan

    Monster in sheeps clothes

    I absolutely love this powerhouse of a laptop. The RAM is upgradable, and I immediately upgraded to 64GB DDR5 RAM. I wanted a portable, durable laptop that has some decent specs to game, and this laptop fits that need perfectly. I love the CNC aluminum finish, and love how I can actually work with this on my lap without it burning my legs. Highly recommend for those that are always on the go, and need something that is actually portable.

    One person found this helpful

  17. IB

    Powerful beast in a gorgeous form factor, with some truly baffling shortcomings

    I was _this close_ to returning the Razer 14, but in the end, kept it. It’s a really great machine with some truly obnoxious shortcomings.PROS:* Beastly fast. Upgrading from ultrabook-class notebooks is a relief. I upgraded to 64GB memory internally and this should last a long time.* Svelte enough given its components. There’s nothing else like it on the market.* Bright, beautiful screen and decent-enough keyboard.* Razer lighting customizations are unnecessary but fun :DCONS:* Insanely cheap case screws. I had to dremel them to open the case, and replace with better ones. WTF, Razer, are you thinking on a $4000 machine.* No touchscreen. I get it, I just don’t like it. For what I do, I’d much rather have a decent touchscreen than 240hz.* Only OK touchpad. Specifically, it’s a giant touchpad with only one tiny corner that works for a right-click, which is problematic in Windows.* Ridiculously huge and heavy power brick, and only 50W USB-C PD charging, which is frustrating because under load the computer draws quite a lot more. I am using 100W+ cables and chargers, but can’t get the laptop to accept more than 50W.* No dedicated END key. Yes, there’s fn-right, but this is more annoying than I would have expected ;)I almost returned the laptop after the fiasco just trying to open the case, and honestly am worried about reliability given some of those component choices, but overall it seems like a keeper. And I really enjoy something that’s almost-portable, but plenty powerful for any of my day to day work and games.

    3 people found this helpful

  18. Customer0526

    Macbook pro in Windows!

    Good build quality and amazing design. However, its battery life is not as good as other AMD-CPU laptop. Mine battery life is shorter than 3 hours for no reason, even though I blocked the GPU.

  19. AB

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    I’m really enjoying this laptop!

    Design: Extremely well finished, beautiful and elegant.Screen: Excellent color and brightness. I really liked it!CPU: super powerful, but hot.GPU: good gaming performance. Warzone at 160fps in QHD.Thermal: Works reasonably well. Due to its size, it is a hot laptop, its aluminum body helps thermal dissipation, however, under high load, the upper strip above the keyboard becomes very hot to the touch of your hands, with the sensation of burning your fingers if you leave them on for longer 5 seconds.Synapse program: simple and direct interface, however in this first installation of Windows 11 it crashes throughout the startup, having to restart it to be able to use it. Another point that I didn’t like is the custom configuration, because in it I can adjust the cpu and gpu performance, which is great, but I can’t adjust the fans at the same time, which would help reduce thermals.In Games: Great performance in games. I can play AAA games on high or ultra with it on a $10 cooled base while sitting on my couch for hours.At work: Great for work, very responsive.

    4 people found this helpful

  20. Alec

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    The 2023 version is nearly perfect

    It’s actually crazy how well this laptop performs in such a clean, small form factor. The AMD Ryzen CPU is so efficient and makes so much sense compared to its Intel counterpart. You can game on a 14 inch fine if you want, or just plug an external, either or.Really the only issue is the battery life. I’m barely getting over 3 hours with just Chrome browsing and every setting I can find to limit power consumption. There must be something wrong with the drivers and its use of the dedicated GPU vs integrated. Still trying to find a fix. The battery will be easily replaceable down the line if I have to though (cover is very easy to remove, and it’s easily accessible from there).Also the speaker and keyboard quality flat out aren’t good.

    5 people found this helpful

  21. David K.David K.

    1.0 out of 5 stars

    Nice laptop, but seller has quality control issues

    The Blade 14 feels like it was well designed. The finish is a bit of a finger print magnet, but it feels solid and high quality. The keyboard has a nice tactile feel, it’s clicky without being very loud. Overall it feels like a compact premium laptop. Unfortunately the one I received didn’t work, so this was a very expensive paper weight that I had to send back.My experience:The laptop I got was clearly refurbished which I was not expecting, so that was obviously not a great start. I unwrapped it from the stingy amount of bubble wrap, plugged it in, powered it on, and got a Windows error message right out of the gate. I rebooted and was able to finish the Windows 11 setup on my 2nd attempt, no big deal.First I tried to install Chrome and got a CPU timer error blue screen of death about halfway through the install. I rebooted and tried installing Steam, this time I get a different blue screen of death about a bad sector.Ultimately I’m not sure if the issue ended up being hardware or software, but when I ordered a $2000 laptop I expected to be at least be able to boot it up and install Chrome… I returned the Razr, and once the refund processes I will probably order an Alienware X-14.

    6 people found this helpful

  22. Toast

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Wish that razer extended warranty covered 3rd party retailer sales

    I got the Asurion insurance to cover this, which is pretty good … but I almost wish I had gotten it off of Razer’s website for the Razer Care warranty or whatever.So far no issues with the laptop itself. Decent battery life. Kinda wish AMD had better optimization for the CPU and chipset. Still feels like Intel is more rock solid, but then again it may just be this AMD generation and I don’t have experience with a bunch of newer Intel chips.

  23. Pavel D.

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    The performance to portability is amazing

    I’ve been super happy with my blade since I got it. It’s quiet when you want it to be, and very fast, runs all games when you want that. Amazing versatility, and the build is the closest thing to a MacBook on the Wintel side.

    One person found this helpful

  24. Ethan Caldwell

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    So far so good!

    I’ve done a lot of research, returning a lot of laptops (including the 2022 blade with rtx 3060), but I think I’ve finally found the one. The blade 14, 2023, with rtx 4060! At first, I found the battery life to be terrible! But after I uninstalled geforce experience (bloatperience), my battery life doubled! I love this laptop, and I use it everyday as a student!

    2 people found this helpful

  25. Mark Holmstrand

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    This PC works better than I expected it to.

    I was nervous about buying a Razer laptop because Razer support is terrible. They don’t warranty anything that is not bought directly from their online store. So buying from Amazon was a risk. Fortunately, this little PC works perfectly and is hella fast. I got the Mercury version because it has more RAM. So glad I did.

    3 people found this helpful

  26. Book Reviewer

    1.0 out of 5 stars

    Expensive and Defective Laptop Does not power on

    I would give 0 Stars as Laptop is defective. The laptop powered on after pressing power button two times , I have entered all the details as country, language and computer name after that screen is black and I tried to power on and will never power on.

    4 people found this helpful

  27. Brent

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great gaming laptop for the mobile gamer

    I travel a lot for work and like to play games during my downtime, so this laptop fits me very well. It’s very powerful that can play the latest games yet light enough to be portable.

    6 people found this helpful

  28. Ahjema

    1.0 out of 5 stars

    DO NOT BUY – Defective hardware and support is bad.

    Mine developed a “buzzing” sound within a few months and support had me jump through lots of hoops to try and troubleshoot. After following their instructions which included re-installing windows it now not only buzzes but does not see all the RAM anymore.I sent it back through an RMA and it came back a few weeks later with literally nothing fixed. Still buzzes and still does not see all the RAM. They closed out the old ticket and had me start all over again. Have spent hours with this.This has been an ongoing issue for almost 2 months now.I am going to write this off as a very expensive lesson and just go get a Lenovo Legion.Razer Incident Reference # 230706-001836 <== if anyone at Razer is interested in this. 14 people found this helpful

  29. AB

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    I’m really enjoying this laptop!

    Design: Extremely well finished, beautiful and elegant.Screen: Excellent color and brightness. I really liked it!CPU: super powerful, but hot.GPU: good gaming performance. Warzone at 160fps in QHD.Thermal: Works reasonably well. Due to its size, it is a hot laptop, its aluminum body helps thermal dissipation, however, under high load, the upper strip above the keyboard becomes very hot to the touch of your hands, with the sensation of burning your fingers if you leave them on for longer 5 seconds.Synapse program: simple and direct interface, however in this first installation of Windows 11 it crashes throughout the startup, having to restart it to be able to use it. Another point that I didn’t like is the custom configuration, because in it I can adjust the cpu and gpu performance, which is great, but I can’t adjust the fans at the same time, which would help reduce thermals.In Games: Great performance in games. I can play AAA games on high or ultra with it on a $10 cooled base while sitting on my couch for hours.At work: Great for work, very responsive.

    4 people found this helpful

  30. Alec

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    The 2023 version is nearly perfect

    It’s actually crazy how well this laptop performs in such a clean, small form factor. The AMD Ryzen CPU is so efficient and makes so much sense compared to its Intel counterpart. You can game on a 14 inch fine if you want, or just plug an external, either or.Really the only issue is the battery life. I’m barely getting over 3 hours with just Chrome browsing and every setting I can find to limit power consumption. There must be something wrong with the drivers and its use of the dedicated GPU vs integrated. Still trying to find a fix. The battery will be easily replaceable down the line if I have to though (cover is very easy to remove, and it’s easily accessible from there).Also the speaker and keyboard quality flat out aren’t good.

    5 people found this helpful

  31. David K.David K.

    1.0 out of 5 stars

    Nice laptop, but seller has quality control issues

    The Blade 14 feels like it was well designed. The finish is a bit of a finger print magnet, but it feels solid and high quality. The keyboard has a nice tactile feel, it’s clicky without being very loud. Overall it feels like a compact premium laptop. Unfortunately the one I received didn’t work, so this was a very expensive paper weight that I had to send back.My experience:The laptop I got was clearly refurbished which I was not expecting, so that was obviously not a great start. I unwrapped it from the stingy amount of bubble wrap, plugged it in, powered it on, and got a Windows error message right out of the gate. I rebooted and was able to finish the Windows 11 setup on my 2nd attempt, no big deal.First I tried to install Chrome and got a CPU timer error blue screen of death about halfway through the install. I rebooted and tried installing Steam, this time I get a different blue screen of death about a bad sector.Ultimately I’m not sure if the issue ended up being hardware or software, but when I ordered a $2000 laptop I expected to be at least be able to boot it up and install Chrome… I returned the Razr, and once the refund processes I will probably order an Alienware X-14.

    6 people found this helpful

  32. Toast

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Wish that razer extended warranty covered 3rd party retailer sales

    I got the Asurion insurance to cover this, which is pretty good … but I almost wish I had gotten it off of Razer’s website for the Razer Care warranty or whatever.So far no issues with the laptop itself. Decent battery life. Kinda wish AMD had better optimization for the CPU and chipset. Still feels like Intel is more rock solid, but then again it may just be this AMD generation and I don’t have experience with a bunch of newer Intel chips.

  33. Pavel D.

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    The performance to portability is amazing

    I’ve been super happy with my blade since I got it. It’s quiet when you want it to be, and very fast, runs all games when you want that. Amazing versatility, and the build is the closest thing to a MacBook on the Wintel side.

    One person found this helpful

  34. Ethan Caldwell

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    So far so good!

    I’ve done a lot of research, returning a lot of laptops (including the 2022 blade with rtx 3060), but I think I’ve finally found the one. The blade 14, 2023, with rtx 4060! At first, I found the battery life to be terrible! But after I uninstalled geforce experience (bloatperience), my battery life doubled! I love this laptop, and I use it everyday as a student!

    2 people found this helpful

  35. Mark Holmstrand

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    This PC works better than I expected it to.

    I was nervous about buying a Razer laptop because Razer support is terrible. They don’t warranty anything that is not bought directly from their online store. So buying from Amazon was a risk. Fortunately, this little PC works perfectly and is hella fast. I got the Mercury version because it has more RAM. So glad I did.

    3 people found this helpful

  36. Book Reviewer

    1.0 out of 5 stars

    Expensive and Defective Laptop Does not power on

    I would give 0 Stars as Laptop is defective. The laptop powered on after pressing power button two times , I have entered all the details as country, language and computer name after that screen is black and I tried to power on and will never power on.

    4 people found this helpful

  37. Brent

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great gaming laptop for the mobile gamer

    I travel a lot for work and like to play games during my downtime, so this laptop fits me very well. It’s very powerful that can play the latest games yet light enough to be portable.

    6 people found this helpful

  38. Ahjema

    1.0 out of 5 stars

    DO NOT BUY – Defective hardware and support is bad.

    Mine developed a “buzzing” sound within a few months and support had me jump through lots of hoops to try and troubleshoot. After following their instructions which included re-installing windows it now not only buzzes but does not see all the RAM anymore.I sent it back through an RMA and it came back a few weeks later with literally nothing fixed. Still buzzes and still does not see all the RAM. They closed out the old ticket and had me start all over again. Have spent hours with this.This has been an ongoing issue for almost 2 months now.I am going to write this off as a very expensive lesson and just go get a Lenovo Legion.Razer Incident Reference # 230706-001836 <== if anyone at Razer is interested in this. 14 people found this helpful

  39. Amaad Rafi Zaidi

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Pinnacle of Portability and Power: The Razer Blade 14 Review

    The Blade 14 stands out as one of the most exceptional gaming laptops I’ve ever encountered! Featuring a stunning display and formidable specifications, it unequivocally reigns supreme in the realm of portable gaming laptops.

  40. Justin Kalicharan

    Monster in sheeps clothes

    I absolutely love this powerhouse of a laptop. The RAM is upgradable, and I immediately upgraded to 64GB DDR5 RAM. I wanted a portable, durable laptop that has some decent specs to game, and this laptop fits that need perfectly. I love the CNC aluminum finish, and love how I can actually work with this on my lap without it burning my legs. Highly recommend for those that are always on the go, and need something that is actually portable.

    One person found this helpful

  41. IB

    Powerful beast in a gorgeous form factor, with some truly baffling shortcomings

    I was _this close_ to returning the Razer 14, but in the end, kept it. It’s a really great machine with some truly obnoxious shortcomings.PROS:* Beastly fast. Upgrading from ultrabook-class notebooks is a relief. I upgraded to 64GB memory internally and this should last a long time.* Svelte enough given its components. There’s nothing else like it on the market.* Bright, beautiful screen and decent-enough keyboard.* Razer lighting customizations are unnecessary but fun :DCONS:* Insanely cheap case screws. I had to dremel them to open the case, and replace with better ones. WTF, Razer, are you thinking on a $4000 machine.* No touchscreen. I get it, I just don’t like it. For what I do, I’d much rather have a decent touchscreen than 240hz.* Only OK touchpad. Specifically, it’s a giant touchpad with only one tiny corner that works for a right-click, which is problematic in Windows.* Ridiculously huge and heavy power brick, and only 50W USB-C PD charging, which is frustrating because under load the computer draws quite a lot more. I am using 100W+ cables and chargers, but can’t get the laptop to accept more than 50W.* No dedicated END key. Yes, there’s fn-right, but this is more annoying than I would have expected ;)I almost returned the laptop after the fiasco just trying to open the case, and honestly am worried about reliability given some of those component choices, but overall it seems like a keeper. And I really enjoy something that’s almost-portable, but plenty powerful for any of my day to day work and games.

    3 people found this helpful

  42. Customer0526

    Macbook pro in Windows!

    Good build quality and amazing design. However, its battery life is not as good as other AMD-CPU laptop. Mine battery life is shorter than 3 hours for no reason, even though I blocked the GPU.

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