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CES 2019: Razer unveils the Raptor Monitor and RTX Powered Blades

By January 16, 2019August 21st, 2019No Comments
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It looks like Razer’s jumping into the gaming display market in a big way. At CES 2019, they let us peek behind the curtain at the Razer Raptor, a 27-inch, a brand-new IPS display with a 2560×1440 resolution, Freesync support, and a 144Hz refresh rate.

The aluminum base has built-in RGB (of course) as well as some interesting cable management options as well, allowing you to hide the flat cables that come with the display for a sleek, seamless look that’s sure to please minimalists. The cloth back sets it apart looks-wise, and the 90 degree rotation allows easy access to the HDMI, DisplayPort, USB-C, and USB 3.1 ports.  

Razer is refreshing their Blade line of gaming laptops for 2019 as well. They’ll be upgrading internals, including Nvidia’s new RTX GPUs (you can pick from a 2060, 2070, or 2080). You’ll be able to choose between 1920×1080 and 144Hz, or a 3820×2160 panel with Adobe RGB color.

Check out the video above for the full breakdown of Razer’s plans for 2019, with Razer’s Kevin Sather and Newegg’s JC Bagnell.

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Author Leo Parrill

PC hardware+games=yes. Console emulation on Android and custom cooling loops get me out of bed in the morning.

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