Razer’s new notebook is now available for purchase from the Microsoft Store. The company launched the updated version of its Blade notebook a few weeks ago. Razer has been selling it directly to customers since then but if someone wants to pick one up via Microsoft’s online store, they can now do that. Microsoft’s online store is offering the Razer Blade notebook in two different configurations.

The updated Razer Blade notebook is powered by the latest Core i7-6700HQ processor from Intel coupled with 16GB of RAM. It features a full HD 14 inch display as well as an NVIDIA GTX 1060 graphics processor which makes this notebook ready for virtual reality. The Razer Blade is powered by Windows 10.

All of this is packaged inside a body that measures 0.7 inches thick and comes in at just 4 pounds. No major changes have been made to the design of the notebook, everything that’s worth paying good money for is packaged inside the shell.

Microsoft’s online store is selling the new Razer Blade with 512GB SSD for $1,999 and with a 1TB solid-state drive for $2,399. Interestingly, the 512GB configuration is already listed as out of stock so it’s unclear how long it’s going to take for this particular model to be back in stock.

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