zodiacfml, 22 Oct 2016whatever....i will use the money to create an 8k gaming system.Yes you could get more performance for the price, but could you make it this thin, portable and ligtweight? Could you fly with it across the world as a carry on? Could you play it on a road trip when your not driving? Could you take it to a business meeting (you can turn off the RGB)? No. And that's why we buy laptops.
Anonymous, 21 Oct 201614nm superpower doesn't exist!plot twist, 1080 use 16nm
Annonymous, 21 Oct 2016I dont understand why Razer has gone with 6th gen CPU, when Intel has already launched 7th Gen... more7 generation now are only for 2 in 1 cpu have limit to 15w low power no reason to put it with fast gtx 1080 /
typo, 20 Oct 2016Razor not RazerI think "Razor" is the one made in China
mir, 21 Oct 2016That's good and all. But only if you plan on being at home all the time. Dude,
Gaming laptops are NOT for constant mobility...
They're not known for their battery life.
I'm pretty sure most gamers leave their gaming laptops at home (or purchase a desktop)
Jhon998, 21 Oct 2016Holy crap 3600$, a pc of about $2000 does the job (with keyboard, monitor, mouse)... and a bet... moreWith extra 600$ one can get asus rog gx800vo laptop with 1080 in sli and watercooling ... wait .. a desktop grade cpu too
Anonymous, 20 Oct 2016ever used a macbook??once..long time ago..why??
I dont understand why Razer has gone with 6th gen CPU, when Intel has already launched 7th Gen Core i CPUs for laptops.
Nvidia GTX 1080 in such a small chassis? Especially the desktop variant? 100% it CANNOT perform at full because of the cooling limitations.
Holy crap 3600$, a pc of about $2000 does the job (with keyboard, monitor, mouse)... and a better cpu.
But the predator X21 has 2 GTX 1080 cards. It may not be as small though.