All of these things helped the Blade 15 earn a spot on our list of our favorite gaming laptops — it’s one of the few portable gaming machines that has a design that’s on-par with its high-end performance.
It remains a good time to grab a Razer gaming laptop, particularly the Blade 15, if you’ve wanted an upgrade or a new laptop before the new school year begins.
It also has a 1080p, 144Hz display which, while technically not as lovely and sharp as the 4K OLED panel on the more expensive model, is better for gaming thanks to its higher refresh rate (the 4K panel only hits 60Hz).
The 4K model of the Blade 15 remains on sale at Best Buy and Razer’s online store, and Amazon still has a number of Razer peripherals on sale, too.
While we didn’t review this specific model, we gave the Razer Blade 15 a score of 89 in part for its sleek design.
You can still get the Basilisk wired gaming mouse for $49, the BlackWidow Lite keyboard for $59, the Xbox Thresher headset for $109 and the PlayStation/PC equivalent for $79.
This model is different from the 4K model we wrote about yesterday that’s also on sale, but in some ways, this base version might be better for most people.