Razer Blade 14-inch Price in Singapore & Specifications

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Windows 10

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Recommended at Lazada
S$ 1,900.00
S$ 6,899.00

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Cheapest Razer Blade 14-inch Price in Singapore is S$ 1,900.00

The Razer Blade 14-inch is now available in Singapore. The cheapest Razer Blade 14-inch price in Singapore is S$ 1,900.00 from Lazada. Razer Blade 14-inch price details are updated November 2020.

Razer Blade 14-inch Price Guide

Price List by Country for Razer Blade 14-inch

Country International Price Price in SGD
Indonesia IDR 45.312.500 S$ 4,308.00
Singapore SGD 1,900.00 S$ 1,900.00

Razer Blade 14-inch Specs

Screen Size 14.0"
Screen Resolution 1600 x 900pixels
Screen Technology LED
OS Windows 10
CPU Speed 2.2GHz
CPU Intel Core i7
Battery Life 7h
Weight 1.88kg
Body Material Steel
Storage Type SSD
Connector Ports
USB 3.0 Yes
USB Type-C Yes
Headphone Jack Yes
DisplayPort No
Card Reader No
Thunderbolt No
Webcam Resolution HD
RAM Speed 1600MHz
Touch Screen Yes
Backlit Keyboard Yes
Fingerprint Reader No
Packaging Data
Warranty 1 Year
Wi-Fi Standard 802.11a/b/g/n
Colours Black

Reviews of Razer Blade 14-inch

Reviewed on 2017-04-17
The new Razer Blade is as sleek as last year's model. With its lid closed, it resembles a slab of black aluminium. It is like the cool dude among the bevy of flashy gaming laptops competing for your attention.Its understated design invites comparisons wit...
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Reviewed on 2013-08-06
Wellbuilt, compact design, Good performance, Good keyboard with cool green backlight, Killer WirelessN connectivity
Display is substandard, Trackpad is erratic to use, Connectivity options can be better
Thanks to ever-improving processor technology, we are witnessing the birth of a new genre of ultra-slim and ultra-portable gaming notebooks. The MSI GE40 2OC Dragon Eyes was the first ultra-portable gaming netbook we have reviewed. Gaming notebooks used t...
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Reviewed on 2015-03-03
It's the Blade I've been waiting for Razer to make: 14-inches, best-in-class graphics and a 1080p display, Advertisement, Advertisement, Still has one of the best Windows trackpads I've ever used. Its touch gestures work so well that I almost never even u...
Shorter battery life than last year's model. That's never good, The 1080p model only comes in a single configuration. What if I want more storage space than 256GB?, Advertisement, Advertisement, I wish I could disable the backlighting on the lid's Razer l...
Razer has spent years trying to build an impossible laptop—a powerful gaming portable with the facade of a thin business machine. It's come close four times, but the Razer Blade has never quite managed to stick the landing. At least until now—I've spent t...
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Reviewed on 2015-02-18
The 2013 Razer Blade was a great gaming system with a not so great display. For 2014 , Razer outfitted the Blade with a Sharp IGZO 3200x1800 display, as well as a faster GPU. The GeForce GTX 870M was a pretty potent graphics card, and the improved display...
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Reviewed on 2015-02-10
Sleek, light design. Indium Gallium Zinc Oxide (IGZO) display with 3,200-by-1,800 resolution and touch capability. Intel Core i7-4720HQ CPU and 16GB memory. Nvidia GeForce GTX 970M GPU. Improved performance and battery life over previous iteration.
Gets very hot. Discrepancy between graphics and display capability
The 2015 version of the Razer Blade ($2,399.99 as tested) is the latest in the company's highly influential ultraportable gaming laptop line. The previous model, the Razer Blade (2014)%displayPrice% at %seller% left us feeling a bit disappointed, with a s...
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Reviewed on 2014-10-17
Razer moved from being a peripheral maker to a system builder in 2012, with the original Razer Blade . Since then, they have evolved and tweaked their gaming laptop systems several times. While the original Blade was a 17 inch gaming laptop, later on a 14...
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Reviewed on 2014-09-25
Continuing their line of ultra-performance laptops, Razer promises to satisfy the high expectations of desktop gamers with their newest offering, the Razer Blade. Commanding a steep price point of $2,400, the Razer Blade comes with a slew of high-performa...
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Reviewed on 2014-08-29
Portable, sexy design, Stunning, 3200 x 1800 display, Excellent overall and graphic performance, Comfortable keyboard
Expensive, Runs incredibly hot, Below-average battery life
In the words of wrestling legend Ric Flair, "To be the man, you gotta beat the man." If the latest Razer Blade 14 is any indication, the competition has ways to go to take the belt. Where most slim gaming notebooks accept sacrifices to make weight, Razer ...
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Reviewed on 2014-07-28
Slim, ultraportable design. New Nvidia GeForce GTX 870M graphics card. Upgraded graphics. Indium Gallium Zinc Oxide (IGZO) display with 3,200-by-1,800 resolution and touch capability.
Runs very hot. High-resolution display may actually hamper performance. Shorter battery life than previous model reduces portability
Change is hard, and continued innovation is even harder. Case in point: the newest iteration of the Razer Blade ($2,399 as tested). Razer has revamped the Blade gaming laptop, keeping the same ultraportable design of the Editors' Choice Razer Blade$1,990....
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Reviewed on 2014-06-07
Desktop-grade performance in a tiny clamshell frame, Good battery life, Slick design, Gorgeous 3K display...
but you'll never need 3K resolution, Expensive
Mark 2014 as a year to remember on your calendar, your Facebook page, your brand new Twitter profile page that you still haven't quite figured out. Because you won't remember what made this year great until someone on Reddit writes about it ten or twenty ...
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Reviewed on 2014-05-20
Great design, Sharp, high-resolution display, Good touchpad performance
Poor battery life, No SD card slot, Some games don't work at full resolution
With the stylings of a midnight-black MacBook and powerful components you'd normally only find in a much thicker, uglier gaming machine, the 14-inch Razer Blade was the rare portable computer that lets you play games without looking like a geek. Now, it c...
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Reviewed on 2014-05-09
The new Razer Blade boasts the same beautifully thin design, but adds a sharp 3,200x1,800 touch display and advanced Nvidia graphics
The battery life is worse than last year's model's. Adding more SSD storage can turn this into a pricey laptop
Ah, to be thin and beautiful. In the world of laptops, that feels like the mission across the board, but not when it comes to gaming laptops. But what if there was a Retina MacBook Pro of gaming? What if it had a super high-res touch display and outstand...
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Reviewed on 2014-05-06
Fast and powerful, Great 3,200 x 1,800 display, Slim, compact and attractive
Expensive, Screen resolution can undercut performance, Shorter battery life than the 2013 model
More often than not, I feel like my feedback -- both as a customer and a writer -- vanishes into a collapsing singularity of customer service. And yet, I've never felt this way about Razer. When the company launched the original Blade gaming laptop, it wa...
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Reviewed on 2014-01-17
Fast and powerful, Excellent trackpad, Stellar battery life (for a gaming machine), Slim, compact and thoroughly attractive
Middling screen and audio quality, More expensive (and less powerful) than other machines
More Info Razer Blade review (late 2012) Razer reveals the Blade Pro and 14-inch Blade gaming laptops Razer Blade Pro and 14-inch models hands-on Most companies refresh their products on an annual basis, carefully timing development and release schedules ...
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Reviewed on 2013-12-08
Almost perfect combination of performance and mobility, High build quality, Good battery runtimes, Low weight, Thin chassis
Only available in the US and Canada, Very bad display, Expensive
Blade is the name for two very different notebook series from the US manufacturer Razer. The larger Pro devices (17-inch) stand out from the competition of gaming notebooks with a touch panel next to the keyboard. The smaller Blades with 14-inch displays ...
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Reviewed on 2013-08-16
When Razer first launched original Blade notebook all the way back in 2011, I think very few people could imagine how far Razer would get as a system integrator. At the time, Razer was facing quite the uphill battle being not only a first time system inte...
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Reviewed on 2013-07-02
This is very close to a perfect body for a gaming laptop. The Blade is gorgeous and well built. There is zero flex anywhere. It runs current games on high graphics settings at good-to-acceptable framerates. The trackpad is more responsive than the majorit...
The mostly awesome trackpad is almost completely submarined by its idiotic buttons. Battery life is hugely improved from your standard gaming rig, but you're getting nowhere near the six hours claimed by Razer. The screen is sub-optimal, on color performa...
Everyones first impression of the 14-inch Razer Blade, even more than its 17-inch older brother, is Ha, they made a MacBook. But then, Oh—wait. They made a MacBook. And actually, it's even better than that.A 14-inch gaming laptop that's small and light e...
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Reviewed on 2013-07-02
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A bit slow to boot. Pricey. No touchscreen. Still no SD card reader
Why, why, why must gaming laptops be behemoths that can't even fit in a typical messenger bag, let alone under an airplane seat? All those fans, you say? Dual video cards? Triple hard drives? Ground effects? OK, fine, I get it. Gaming notebooks are typica...
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Reviewed on 2013-07-02
Thin, light, and strong, Games like a champ, 6+ hour battery life
Sub-par screen, Burning hot while gaming, Touchpad can be finnicky
Fast forward to 2013 with Razer's third laptop, and it looks like a peripheral manufacturer might actually be setting a new bar for the PC. The new 14-inch Razer Blade (which starts at $1,799) is thinner than many ultrabooks, but manages to run both a qua...
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Reviewed on 2013-07-02
Sexy, lightweight chassis, Extremely portable, Excellent graphics and performance, Comfortable, fully programmable keyboard, Long battery life
Runs hot while gaming, Limited viewing angles, Lacks SD card slot
With the Blade 14, Razer remains on the cutting edge of gaming notebooks. Currently the world's thinnest gaming laptop, the Blade 14 offers more than just a slim, soft-touch chassis. This machine also crams a fourth-generation Intel Core i7 processor and ...
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