New Razer Blade 18 delivers advances in display, power and connectivity

The latest addition to Razer’s lineup of gaming laptops, the new Blade 18 (2024) delivers groundbreaking advancements, including an 18” 4K 200Hz display and next-generation Intel Thunderbolt 5 connectivity. 
Building on the success of the award-winning Blade 16 and Blade 14 unveiled at CES 2024, the Blade 18 sets a new benchmark for gaming and creative work with its desktop-grade performance, housed within a sleek anodized aluminum unibody form factor. 

The Blade 18 offers gamers and creators ultra-high-definition visuals at breakneck refresh rates. At the heart of the device is the Intel 14th Gen Core i9-14900HX. With 24 cores and the ability to unlock overclocking through Razer Synapse, it offers processing power for the most intensive tasks, from demanding AAA gaming to professional content creation. 
As for graphics performance, the Blade 18 is a powerhouse in the gaming laptop market, supporting up to NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 graphics and unlocking 175W Full Total Graphics Power. 
And the inclusion of Thunderbolt 5 technology provides next-gen connectivity, allowing users to connect multiple high resolution gaming displays, high speed storage and all-in-one docks, through Bandwidth Boost, up to 120 Gbps, three times more bandwidth than the current leading connection protocol. 

Additionally, the immersive color experience extends beyond the device’s display. With Dynamic Lighting support now available for Windows 11, the Razer Chroma ecosystem gets even bigger, giving users the ability to control the RBG lighting on their Razer Chroma devices as well as participating third-party devices. And Razer laptops also come with one month of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, giving players access to hundreds of high-quality games on PC, console and cloud games. 
Visit the press release to find out more about the Razer Blade 18, available now for $3099.99 (USD).