Ultrabook

When it comes to portable computers (laptops, Notebooks) they have never been able to handle the gaming world as well as they should, but that has all changed just recently. I have been doing some research on Razorzone they have recently released an Ultrabook that makes some desktop computers look like they need an update. Personally I love laptops, they are easy to take from place to place and good for day to day activates like word or using the internet. It says online “The new Razor Blade Stealth raises the standard for ultra-mobility and powerful Ultrabook™ performance. The incredibly thin CNC aluminum chassis encases the latest 7th Gen Intel® Core™ i7 processor, up to 16GB of RAM and the most visually stunning 12.5” 4K or QHD high-resolution touch displays available”. This is just outstanding to see all of this in something so small, that’s another aspect they haven’t scrimped on is the design.

It is possible to get up to 9 hours of battery life with standard use (word, internet, etc.) no gaming when it’s not plugged in, but you still get a minimum of 4 hours when doing some hardcore gaming so there is not a massive difference if you think about the usage. It is truly one of a kind for this day and age and has set a stepping stone for other companies to follow. It’s said to be made from aircraft grade aluminum for long lasting durability and comfort, perfect screen display at 4k (3840 x 2160 / 352 PPI Which is better than the eye can see). Also it has outstanding performance with the latest Intel i7 processor, 1TB SSD, 16GB RAM and the list just goes on, we are living the future now. It also comes equipped and is “ready for the future” with newer upgrades in hardware that come with the company, by leaving space to add the newer components to be placed in after purchase. 

Ultrabook

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