Razer Blade Pro Clears THX Benchmarking: First Ever Laptop To Qualify The Certification
Premium tech maker Razer already saw a superlative height of appreciation with its unique Blade Pro laptop lineup. Most of the variants of Blade Pro flagships were incredibly awesome. The company has been able to keep its reputation up as always with its year over year new refreshing roll outs in this segment. Now as per a new insight Razer gets a new feather in its cap with its next installment of Blade Pro which has been able to qualify as the only laptop till now to get a THX certification for its unique quality.
According to PC World, THX Certification is basically a certification program dedicated to smartphones, tablets and laptop based on extensive quality contents, extraordinary range of equipment and [spectacular performance level. The newly announced Razer Blade Pro has qualified as the first ever laptop to pass through this benchmarking for its next-gen range of specs. The official briefing notes: "the audio jack on the new Razer Blade Pro met THX requirements for voltage output, frequency response, distortion, signal-to-noise ratio, and crosstalk that guarantees clear sound through headphones."
As per a report by The Verge, the new 17.3-inch Razer Blade Pro equips an innovative overclockable quad-core Kaby Lake processor. Alongside this, the laptop comes with a spectacular 4K G-Sync touchscreen display, which is one of the unique features of this masterpiece. As for graphics unit, Razer has implemented Nvidia's GeForce 1080 card on this stunner. As a result, the higher-end graphics tasks are expected to be evolved easily with such graphical unit along with an overclockable tweaked processing chipset.
It should be noted in this context that the headphone of the newest edition of Razer Blade Pro has only received the THX certification. The built-in audio output has not been able to pass this benchmarking test. Razer's latest Blade Pro has been price tagged with $3999, with a hike of $300 from its original version.