Whenever you think of those pretty sweet OLED screens, the first thing that comes to your mind is either a mobile phone or a TV. The current market is full of those beautiful screens offering mind-blowing colors and brightness.
OLED panels are preferred by almost everyone since they offer deep blacks and accurate colors making the display a visual treat for the eyes.
The Razer Blade 15 is undoubtedly one of the best gaming laptop available on the market. Apart from an OLED panel, it also comes with a 4K resolution screen.
If you visit Razer’s website, you will immediately notice that there are two variants of the laptop: a base model and an advanced one. The 4K OLED laptop is the advanced variant and costs a fortune if you decide to max out on specs.
Razor Blade 15 Advanced specs
The Razor Blade 15 Advanced is a 15.6″ laptop enclosed in an ultra-slim chassis measuring just 0.7″ thick and weighing a mere 4.87 pounds. You can choose between NVIDIA’s RTX 2070 and the RTX 2080. It comes with Intel’s latest 9th Generation Core i7-9750H, which is more than enough to handle all those CPU intensive tasks like video editing.
On the storage front, you have the option to choose between a 256GB or a 512GB SSD. Also, you can choose between 16GB and 64GB of memory. Since this is one of the most expensive laptops you can get your hands on, you get an 80-watt battery. This is one of the best battery on any laptop right now, so be assured that your device won’t easily run out of juice when you plan those non stop gaming sessions.
Breathtaking 4K OLED display
The real deal here is the inclusion of the gorgeous 4K enabled OLED display. If you just look at it and compare with the full HD variant, you will clearly notice how beautiful it is. The major difference between the two is image quality. The colors are way too good and you can easily spot the difference between any laptop with a 4K display and this one.
The Razor Blade 15 is miles and miles ahead of any other laptop you can think of when it comes to display. And yeah, if you are concerned about OLED burn-ins, the Blade 15 uses pixel-shifting technology which allows the display to rearrange pixels to prevent burn-in. That being said, you won’t be able to see the pixel shift technology with the naked eye as it happens at the microscopic level.
However, if you are planning to buy the 4K variant for competitive gaming, let us remind you that the 4K panel is limited to 60Hz opposed to the 240Hz panel of the full HD variant. But, if you want to just play and don’t care about higher refresh rate, then this is one of the best screens on any laptop released to date.