You’re probably not in the mood to think about a $4,000 (£4,000 or about AU$7,900) laptop right now, but if you’re attempting to edit video, work with 3D models or perform other pro-level graphics tasks at home, now’s the time to start considering one. And if you’re going to go for it, Razer’s sleek Blade 15 Studio Edition ($4,000 at Best Buy) delivers a nicely balanced combination of design, speed and features for folks who need workstation-class graphics and Windows. It’ll serve you well when you can finally head back to the office, too.
- Slim, attractive design
- Easy-on-the-eyes OLED screen
- OLED is suboptimal for some professional uses
If you’re only editing photos, however, this may not be right for you. Why not? Because its expensive Nvidia ($2,600 at Best Buy)graphics card, which differentiates it from a Razer Blade 15 Advanced