A RAZER Sharp Tour Of This Cutting Edge Technology | #CES2019

Thank you for tuning into day two of our #ces2019 coverage. In this video, Matt from Culture of Gaming gets a guided tour around the Razer booth at CES.

First up, they check out the new Razer Tomahawk Elite case from Razer. Featuring tempered glass sides and hydraulic extenders to help air out the case, this is something new even Razer has yet to delve into. This is, of course, a prototype case that is scheduled for release later this year.

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Next up, it’s onto the Razer Blade 15 advance RTX Laptop, featuring an RTX 2080 GPU, a 144hz screen, and Vapour chamber cooling offering never before seen thermals for this kind of system. This laptop also features an I7 8750h 6 core processor and around 8 hours of battery life.

They then take a look at the variant of the Razer Blade 15 Advance which offers 4k OLED display. This laptop is what Razer believes is the future of Laptop gaming. Offering the deepest of blacks and the most vibrant colours available.

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Anthony is the Owner for Culture of Gaming and he spends his days studying, gaming and working on the site. Anthony has worked for the past 7 years in the Video Game journalism industry and has worked for over 30 different sites in that time.

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