Gaming laptops like Razer’s Blade 15 series don’t always come cheap, but then again, people who buy these laptops are after its performance, so they might be more willing to pay the premium. But what if you wanted a gaming laptop that didn’t necessarily cost an arm and a leg? Razer’s got you covered.

The company has recently revealed a new entry-level base model for the Blade 15 laptop that will come at a more affordable price point. This base model is decently specced with 16GB of DDR4 RAM, a 10th gen Intel Core i7 CPU, and it will also be packing NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 1660 Ti for its GPU  for choice.

It will also feature a 120Hz refresh rate display, THX Spatial Audio speakers, a keyboard with Razer Chroma RGB, and more. In terms of pricing, the new base model will be priced at $1,500, which admittedly isn’t exactly cheap, but as far as gaming laptops are concerned, is actually relatively affordable.

If you’re interested in getting your hands on the laptop, then head on over to Razer’s website where you can place your order. In case it’s not powerful enough, the company is also selling Advanced and Studio versions of its Blade 15 laptops with more souped up specs.

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