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    Razer's giant laptop is packed with enough hardware to challenge your desktop PC especially with that 4K 120Hz display. Just grab your wallet first.
    As bezels and chassis continue to shrink, it only makes sense to see 17-inch laptops come back into popularity. After all, most are now roughly the size of yesteryear's 15-inch gaming machines. While the Razer Blade Pro 17 is not new – Razer's been making it for years – the refreshed version for 2020 sets the bar for a premium gaming mobile desktop.
    Starting at $2,600, the Blade Pro 17 is by no means cheap, but if you can only have one PC (for desktop and travel), this should be it.

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    09-03-2020 12:11 PM

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