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Razer Blade 14 (QHD 165Hz) AMD Ryzen9 16GB Ram 1TB SSD 8GB RTX3070 $2799 + Delivery (Free C&C) @ Bing Lee

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One of the cheapest so far I think it’s a pretty good deal won’t last long

  • Screen Size (in): 15"
  • Processor Brand: AMD
  • Processor Speed (Ghz): 3.3
  • Processor Type: Ryzen™ 9 5900HX
  • RAM (GB): 16
  • Graphics Processor: NVIDIA® GeForce RTX™ 3070
  • Hard Drive Type: 1TB SSD
This is part of Black Friday / Cyber Monday deals for 2021

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  • +1

    $2659 via Ebay using SHOP5OFF

    https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/154519278855?epid=15049730032&hash=item23fa111507:g:pGcAAOSw7gNhUpus:sc:AU_StandardDelivery!2138!AU!-1

    • Also, supposedly 15% off Ebay on Friday? unsure if the previous deal mentioning that promo ever got published.

      • That would be a mental deal

    • Nice find! 3 left so get in quick

  • +1

    This used to be the normal price. Times have changed so much these past 2 years.

  • This or macbook pro 14? similar price

    • Similar price, but drastically different specs; a bit hard to compare. Targeted towards completely different audiences.

    • Depends on what you gonna use the laptops for. The Macbook pro is good for productivity, has great battery life and is pretty powerful (keep in mind that the entry model has 8 core cpu/14 core cpu you have to pay extra for the 10 core cpu/16 core gpu). While the Razer Blade is powerful and it can do productivity like the Mac and it can game. But it's battery life is smaller. I recommend watching different reviews on both laptops.

    • Mac OS vs Win OS really

  • Qhd as well

    Very nice 👌

    Last one 😬😬😬

  • Shame only 16GB, not enough for some software

  • Good deal, wish ram is upgradeable

  • Things is Bing Lee is not an authorized Razer Dealer or Reseller therefore you cant really claim warranty from razer

  • It's a QHD 165Hz panel, and this really should be in the title and description.

  • can you use thunderport dock on this?

    • Does not have Thunderbolt connectivity, but you can use a USB-C dock for similar functionality (same connector, lesser bandwidth)

  • Appears to be OOS now.

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