2.9 / 5 stars (70 reviews) - Most portable 17 inch laptop EVER.
Latest review: March 27, 2019 | Model: Razer Blade Pro 17 RZ09-02202E75-R3U1
Extremly thin, noise level is very good, plays everything in max settings no sweat. Trackpad needs time to used tο. It seems from the reviews that the 4k had some issues, since most of the low stars are for that model. For the price you buy a mac book for gaming and productivity. Aero has better specs, the new 15 razer thin besels and MSI usually cheaper. But this combines most of the needs in lower than 2k mark.Reviewed by: Mihos | Read Razer Blade Pro 17 reviews...
5.0 / 5 stars (3 reviews) - Fantastic huge laptop
Latest review: August 17, 2018 | Model: Razer Blade Pro 17
I have to say upfront that I am an Apple guy. I always have been. I love somethings about Windows, but I am far more productive, and get far more work done when I am on a Mac. Having said that, I am also a gamer and we all know what the state of gaming is on a Mac. I decided to buy this laptop from Razer directly when they had a sale on them recently. I can say without question that this is the best built, best looking, best running PC I have ever owned, and I have owned a lot. I love the construction of the machine. I mean this thing is a tank... All in all it is a fantastic machine, they trackpad placement takes a little getting used to, but once you get used to it then it is actually better IMO.Reviewed by: 30ANerds | Read Razer Blade Pro 17 reviews...
4.25 / 5 stars - The new Razer Blade Pro doesn’t exactly to solve any of the underlying or enduring drawbacks to the gaming laptop experience, but that’s not to say it can't find a way to thrive within those limitations.
Review date: April 20, 2018 | Model: Razer Blade Pro 17
As with both its predecessors, the sell for the Razer Blade Pro comes surprisingly close to the sell its Apple-branded counterparts employ. As far as gaming laptops go, it’s kind of "the safe option™". Razer are as far from unproven as gaming brands get, and if you need to buy a gaming notebook right this second, the Razer Blade Pro is a strong choice. It nails the necessary looks, it’s got the right specs and there’s not a lot of games out there it can’t handle. Trackpad aside, Razer Blade Pro doesn’t exactly to solve any of the underlying or enduring drawbacks to the gaming laptop experience, but that’s not to say it can't find a way to thrive within those limitations.Reviewed by: Fergus Halliday | Read full review...