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Razer Blade 14" 165Hz QHD Gaming Laptop R9-6900HX 16GB 1TB RTX3070Ti $2699 Delivered @ Razer eBay


Hey guys,

Been eyeballing a few Razer laptops over the last few days and noticed this is probably the cheapest deal atm for this 14" Razer Blade.

If you're an ebay Plus member can use the FRIBLK22 code and I believe if you're not you can use the FRIBLK20 code.

Retailing atm for 4600 on JB - https://www.jbhifi.com.au/products/razer-blade-14-14-qhd-165…

This laptop is pretty much universally reviewed as being the most powerful / ultra compact laptop on the market atm, and people usually say get the ASUS G14 because of the price difference. This sale brings it down to the more reasonably affordable land.

Also a personal side note - I know a lot of people talk about Razer's poor customer service and issues with builds but I've had my Blade 15 for 3 years now and it's still going strong. Only considering the up/side grade because of possible tax write off / I just enjoy new tech. From my own experience would recommend a Razer laptop in a heart beat.


This is part of Black Friday / Cyber Monday deals for 2022

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  • Link to deal

    • +1

      Isn't that what the Go to deal button is for? I'll update but just assumed that's what people used.

      • you had a picture separate to the URL. if you post URL picture will automatically display and go to the page when clicking on the picture

        • Weird. The pics always been the URL link for me. Must've been an issue for a very small window. Seems to be working now.

          • @Ruddaga: odd but correct all good cheers, Nice deal too

  • Thanks op for the post

    Note: gpu package power is up to 100w, fair enough for a device this size.

    16gb ddr5 onboard is soldered.

    • Yeah the negatives to the laptop is the 16 gb cant be upgraded and only the 1 M.2 slot (can be upgraded but I've read it requires a bit of extra fluffing about as the default SSD has specific power levels going to it so you need to adjust the power levels to the replacement SSD).

      But other than those small caveats, pretty decent laptop especially at this price.

  • +1

    Does this have an option to disable the GPU to save battery life?

    • +1

      I believe so yes.

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