Razer Blade 16 review: A dual-mode display marvel, but it can’t beat the Blade 15

TwitterTweet on Twitter FacebookShare on Facebook PinterestPinterest

The Razer Blade 16 features one of the most unique laptop displays we’ve ever seen: It can switch between native 1080p and 4K modes. Coupled with Intel’s latest 13th-gen CPU and NVIDIA’s most powerful RTX 40-series GPUs, it’s also one of the most powerful machines in Razer’s lineup. But its high price ($3,300 with the dual-mode) display and added heft make it less practical than the tried and true Blade 15.

Price: $2,700
Pros: Groundbreaking dual-mode 4K/1080 display, Tons of power, All the ports you need, Bright MiniLED backlight, Excellent keyboard and trackpad
Cons: Expensive if you want the dual-mode screen, Noticeably bulkier than the Blade 15

Engadget score: 80

Like us on Facebook:
Follow us on Twitter:
Follow us on Instagram:
Follow us on TikTok:

The Engadget Podcast:
More about Engadget Audio:

Read more:

You May Also Like