Booredatwork is at CES 2024, checking out the latest in tech debuting that is debuting this year! One of our first stops was with Razer to check out their Razer @ CES 2024 showcase of products. Without delay, let’s dive right into what Razer announced and displayed on the show floor!
Razer Blade 16 (New 2024 Version)
|16-inch 240Hz OLED
|NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090
|Intel Core i9 (14900HX)
|Ports and Connectivity
|Thunderbolt 4 (USB Type C) X 2, HDMI 2.1, USB Type A X 3, SD Card Reader, 3.5mm audio jack, and WiFi-7
Hero Model Specs
This year’s new Razer Blade 16 gaming laptop will debut with the world’s first 16-inch 240Hz OLED display. A product of a Razer’s collaboration with Samsung, this display sports an impressive 0.2ms response time, a 1M:1 contrast ratio, and HDR TrueBlack 500. Touting 100% DCI-P3 Calman Verified color accuracy with a DE2000 average ≥ 2, this color representation is the kind that creators and graphic professionals crave from their displays.
Behind this impressive display, the new Razer Blade 16 will feature mobile graphics card options reaching up to the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090. With up to 175W of TGP (Total Graphics Power) and AI acceleration via DLSS, this laptop looks to reach an impressive rate of frames per second. Diving into processing, the strongest available processor option for this machine will be the Intel Core i9 (14900HX). This is a processor with a max clock speed of 5.8Ghz, sporting up to 24 cores.
The new 2024 Razer Blade 16 will start at $2999.99 and will be available worldwide for presale starting on January 8, 2024, with an on sale date of January 18, 2024. There will also be an alternate dual mode mini-LED display option, UHD+ 120Hz & FHD+ 240Hz, available exclusively on Razer.com.
Razer Blade 14 (New 2024 Version)
Razer also showed off the newest version of their smallest laptop, optimized for battery life, the Razer Blade 14. While being both 0.7 inches thin and 4.05 lbs light, this smaller Razer Blade also features a Calman Verified display of its own. The hero model of this laptop will house a Ryzen 9 8945HS processor, 96GB of RAM and graphics card options going up to the GeForce RTX 4070. Starting at $2199.99, the new 2024 Razer Blade 14 will be available for pre-order on January 23, 2024, with availability starting February 2024.
Razer Blade 18
Teased at the show was the new Razer Blade 18 gaming laptop. This laptop will feature the world’s first 18-inch 4K display, running at 165Hz. It will utilize the same Intel Core i9 processor as the new Razer Blade 16 and will employ the next generation of Thunderbolt connectivity. The pictures shown here are of the non-finalized teaser model, with the physical build and specs being subject to change once the Razer Blade 18 is finalized.
Razer USB C Dock
Razer’s next new product perfectly complements the newly announced Razer Blade models. The new Razer USB C Dock is an 11-in-1 multiport adapter, compatible with Windows PC’s, MacBooks, iPads, Chromebooks and more. Utilizing a similar CNC-molded aluminum chassis to that of Razer Blade laptops, this dock is built to be durable and tough. The Razer USB C Dock supports a 4K display output at 60Hz or a FHD displays at 240Hz, and sports 85W laptop charging with Power Delivery. It is also one of the few docking stations that supports 7.1 surround sound through its 3.5mm audio jack.
Razer USB C Dock Connectivity
|– USB 3.2 Type C connector (85W charging)
|– USB Type C 100W Power Delivery port
|– USB 3.2 Type C port
|– Gigabit Ethernet (RJ-45) port
|– 2 x USB 2.0 Type A ports
|– HDMI port (supporting up to 4K@60Hz)
|– SD UHS-I card slot
|– 2 x USB 3.2 Type A ports
|– 3.5mm combo jack with Razer 7.1 Surround Sound
The new Razer USB C Dock will go for $199.99 and will be available worldwide on January 8, 2024, both online and in-store.
Razer Aether Monitor Light Bar
The Razer Aether Monitor Light Bar is a product that offers lighting for both work and gaming immersion. On the front, you have a white light used for illuminating your desk space.
Meanwhile, the back facing light features colorful Razer Chroma RGB lighting, intended for gaming immersion.
The rear light houses a myriad of display modes, such as static, wave, breathing, ambient awareness and more. Looking to offer an ultra-wide natural illumination, these lights shine with a color rendering index of 95. This means a wide range of vibrant and close-to-life color representation.
Compatible with all monitor sizes, the Razer Aether Monitor Light Bar clamps to the top of your display and allows for more than 180 degrees of rotation. On the front of the bar, you have an array of touch controls. Here, you can manually control brightness and temperature, cycle through Razer Chroma effects, or toggle the light bar on and off. Outside of Razer’s own customization software, Razer Synapse, this light bar will also sport compatibility with Matter, Alexa and Google Home.
The Razer Aether Monitor Light Bar will be available worldwide for $129.99, starting March 2024.