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|ALIENWARE M15||RAZER BLADE 15|
|BUY NOW||BUY NOW|
Long battery life.
Incredibly light for a gaming laptop.
Gorgeous 4K display.
High quality, premium metal chassis.
Best chiclet-style gaming laptop keyboard yet.
|Nvidia 1060 or 1070 GPU.|
Great speakers, touchpad, and port selection.
Premium build quality
144Hz display option
impressive battery life.
The top-tier model is very expensive.
It can get warm in spots while gaming.
Not as light as the competition.
| The area above the keyboard can get hot enough to sear the steak.|
Not as light as other gaming laptops.
Questionable keyboard layout.
|MODEL||ALIENWARE M15||RAZER BLADE 15|
|Series||Alienware M15||Blade 15 Base|
|Model||Razer Blade 15 Base|
|QUICK INFO||ALIENWARE M15||RAZER BLADE 15|
|Operating System||Windows 10 Home||Windows 10 Home 64-bit|
|CPU||Intel Core i7-9750H 2.60 GHz|
|Screen||FHD (1920×1080)||15.6″ FHD 144Hz|
|Memory||16GB (2x8GB) 2666MHz DDR4 Non-ECC||32 GB DDR4|
|Storage||512 GB M.2 PCIe 3.0 x4 NVMe SSD|
|Graphics Card||GeForce RTX 2060|
|Video Memory||6 GB GDDR6|
|Dimensions (W x D x H)||13.98″ x 9.25″ x 0.78″|
|CPU||ALIENWARE M15||RAZER BLADE 15|
|CPU Type||Intel Core i7 8th Gen||Intel Core i7 9th Gen|
|CPU Speed||processor speed 2.20GHz – 4.10GHz||9750H (2.60 GHz)|
|Number of Cores||6-core Processor|
|Core Name||Coffee Lake|
|Turbo Frequency||Up to 4.50 GHz|
|CPU L3 Cache||12 MB|
|CHIPSET||ALIENWARE M15||RAZER BLADE 15|
|DISPLAY||ALIENWARE M15||RAZER BLADE 15|
|Wide Screen Support|
|Display Type||FHD||Full HD|
|Resolution||1920 x 1080||1920 x 1080|
|LCD Features||144Hz, 100% sRGB, Matte Screen w/ 4.9mm Bezel, Individually Factory Calibrated|
|OPERATING SYSTEM||ALIENWARE M15||RAZER BLADE 15|
|Operating System||Windows 10 Home||Windows 10 Home|
|GRAPHICS||ALIENWARE M15||RAZER BLADE 15|
|GPU/VPU||NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070||NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060|
|Video Memory||6 GB|
|Graphic Type||Dedicated||Dedicated Card|
|STORAGE||ALIENWARE M15||RAZER BLADE 15|
|SSD||512 GB||512 GB|
|MEMORY||ALIENWARE M15||RAZER BLADE 15|
|Memory||16 GB||32 GB|
|Memory Speed||DDR4 2666|
|Memory Spec||16 GB x 2|
|Memory Slot (Total)||2|
|Memory Slot (Available)|
|Max Memory Supported||64 GB|
|OPTICAL DRIVE||ALIENWARE M15||RAZER BLADE 15|
|Optical Drive Type|
|COMMUNICATIONS||ALIENWARE M15||RAZER BLADE 15|
|WLAN||Killer 1550 802.11ac 2×2 WiFi and Bluetooth 5.0||Intel® Wireless-AC 9560 (802.11a/b/g/n/ac)|
|PORTS||ALIENWARE M15||RAZER BLADE 15|
|USB||3 x USB Type-A 3.1 Gen1|
|HDMI||1 x HDMI 2.0|
|Audio Ports||1 x Microphone Jack, 1 x Headphone Jack|
|AUDIO||ALIENWARE M15||RAZER BLADE 15|
|Audio||3.5 mm combo|
|OUTPUT DEVICE||ALIENWARE M15||RAZER BLADE 15|
|Virtual Reality Ready|
|INPUT DEVICE||ALIENWARE M15||RAZER BLADE 15|
|Touchpad||Precision Glass Touchpad|
|Keyboard||Single-Zone RGB Powered by Razer Chroma™ Anti-Ghosting Backlit Keyboard|
|Backlit Keyboard||RGB LED AlienFX lighting (per key)||Backlit|
|Webcam||Yes||720p HD Webcam|
|GENERAL||ALIENWARE M15||RAZER BLADE 15|
|Style||Standard||Thin and Light|
|Type||Gaming & Entertainment|
|POWER||ALIENWARE M15||RAZER BLADE 15|
|AC Adapter||Compact 200W, Input: 100~240 V AC, 50/60 Hz Universal|
|Battery||90 WHr, 6-Cell Battery (integrated)||Built-In 65Wh Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Polymer Battery|
|DIMENSIONS & WEIGHT||ALIENWARE M15||RAZER BLADE 15|
|Dimensions (W x D x H)||13.98″ x 9.25″ x 0.78″|
|Weight||2.16 kg (4.8 lbs)||4.63|
Experts Reviews for Alienware M15:
The Alienware m15 is a great step forward for the company, but it ultimately doesn’t get our recommendation. It’s hard to create the perfect portable system on the first attempt, and many competitors have simply been doing this for longer and have more refined, better options today that you should consider instead.
The Alienware m15 OLED offers undeniable performance in a package that avoids the pitfalls of many gaming laptops: egregious size. It’s slim and light enough to go into an average backpack, but it’s potent enough to work hard and play hard. Throw in a…
Alienware took its time to come up with a ‘thin and light’ gaming laptop, but I’d say that it has hit the sweet spot. The m15 is equal parts flashy and powerful. Despite being different from the other Alienware laptops, the m15 has managed to retain…
The Alienware m15 performs precisely in line with our expectations, that is, excellent frame rates while gaming and short render times in both Lightroom and Premiere Pro. Where it falters is in poor thermals, with the WASD keys getting as hot as 46…
There’s no question there are plenty of slimmer gaming laptop options out there. With its advanced thermal cooling technology, sleek gaming design, and various customizable options, the Alienware m15 definitely meets the criteria for a gaming laptop….
Experts Reviews for Razer Blade 15:
Claiming to be the “smallest 15-inch gaming laptop,” the redesigned Razer Blade 15 likely makes good on that promise by being pretty small and fairly light, while offering blistering gaming performance.
Razer was founded in 2005, and since then the company has strived to provide customers with a worthy portable gaming experience. There have been missteps along the way, but each iteration of its gaming laptops has been a step in the right direction….
Small, solid, strongRazer Blade 15 Review – It’s been just over five years since Razer introduced the original Blade laptop. At the time, it was the gaming answer to the ever- popular MacBook form factor—14-inch body, aluminum chassis, solid clamshell…
The Razer Blade 15 is pretty expensive, especially if you want a 144Hz model, but not more than rival gaming laptops and you’re getting a serious combination of design and specs here.This gaming laptop has been refined, upgraded and improved to provide…
Razer’s Blade is the cream of the modern gaming laptop crop. It’s expensive, but it offers the most refined notebook gaming experience we’ve seen. And it’s comfortable enough to use for all of your productivity work, too.
For the build quality and the design language which by the way is called epic industrial design after the epic silver lid that you can still also again if nebula red is a little too blingy for you it’s still a very rigid chassis it, still has the only wear design aesthetic so for those who would like a lien where, this is going to be aesthetically pleasing to you it’s for those of you who think that anywhere looks too out there still even though it’s calmer than some other gaming laptops on the market it’s not a stay to say something like the Razer Blade 15.
For the design has changed quite a bit I always thought that the 14 inch blade looked a lot like a MacBook this new 15 inch blade looks a little bit more unique the corner radius is a little bit smaller slightly more boxy or shape.
.I think it looks really good there’s some noticeable improvements in build quality as well so the chassis just feels more rigid it’s a tighter build. I think it’s one of the best-looking products from Razer so the logo is still right in the middle it’s sunken in a little bit more and it still lights up it would be cool if they released a gunmetal color like they did on the stealth but something tells me they won’t do that any time soon you can get skins for them the D brand one in matte black looks really cool.
In the terms of the weight it is measure around reduction you can see how much it weighs on screen and in terms of thickness they’ve done the right things here. It is measure at 4.8 pounds.
4.56 is the weight of new Razer Blade 15. The dimensions are 9.25 x 13.98 x 0.66.
It is decent keyboard and reasonable travel it’s fine to type on but it’s not so awesome the trackpad doesn’t light up but the trackpad is still really very excellent. The old style of keyboard it wasn’t Chiclets and trendy looking but it was one of the best things to type on and is good for gaming this one’s kind of more like your typical 15-inch gaming laptop.
The keyboard when is first up pictures this layout was concerned it reminds me a lot of the keeper from the razor blade Pro and I did not like that layout very much and it’s essentially the same layout so here’s the issue the shift key on the right side and the arrow keys are positioned in a very untraditional way normally.
Shift key is right beside the question mark and just out of muscle memory when you’re doing a question mark you’ll hit shift question mark just really quickly and it just makes sense right you’ve done it a thousand times in your life probably a hundred thousand times your life but on this keyboard there’s an arrow key right between them and it’s actually quite difficult to get used to it. I’ve been using this thing for about a week at this point and for the first two days it was very irritating.
Thunderbolt 3 as well you’ve got DisplayPort you’ve got HDMI and you’ve got killer a 2500 Gigabit Ethernet and everything but an SD card slot because the only we’re just doesn’t like SD card slots so that part’s good what isn’t so epic are the speakers.
On the right side there’s a Kensington lock port, mini DisplayPort, full-size HDMI, USB Type-A and Thunderbolt 3. The left side of the laptop gives you two more USB Type-A ports, an analog headset port, and a rather unusual port for powering the laptop.
144 Hertz full HD display Dell who owns a aware and you always have options with them so you have the 60 Hertz IPS panel these are 15.6 inch and these are all matte non touch the spice and you have what we have which is the hundred forty-four Hertz IPS non-touch matte despite which is awesome because the fast refresh displays are a thing these days and after having used that enough and reviewed enough of them.
Finally user upgradable memory, I think that’s something that a lot of people have wanted over the years it’s traditionally been soldered on on the razor blades it’s now replaceable you can also replace the SSD and the Wi-Fi card and on a device like this it just makes sense to not have G sync and have technology in here to extend its battery life because that’s why you want something that’s thin and light importable I do like it though it feels secure the rest of the ports are pretty standard you got three use bas a Thunderbolt three with some display outs but there’s no SD slot.
It’s quite a big battery for a laptop in this size class and given the weight they’ve done a good job with them if you go with a spinning hard drive instead which, I don’t recommend because well it’s slower you know you get to be more careful with motion it takes up more space inside so you can only get a 60 watt hour battery.
For the battery life is fair it’s an 80 watt hour battery, I’m getting around five and a half hours of battery life with the screen at 250 minutes this is with the screen at 60 Hertz so, I’m actually reducing the 144 to 6e just kind of preserved battery life so five and a half hours and this is what, I was talking about before. I feel like without g-sync you get Nvidia Optimus which helps extend battery life.
Intel eighth generation perform like six core, CPU the thing just runs darn hot 100 degrees centigrade is the maximum allowable core temperature so we’ve seen so many gaming laptops thin lights and not so thin in lights really getting close to that thermal maximum and throttling a lot now with this one it actually the surprising thing is it doesn’t do any worse than it’s much bigger chassis.
For the performance is great it’s running the 8750 H it’s a six core CPU excellent for multi-core applications there are two GPU options there’s a 1070 max Q and a 1060 max Q that 1070 gives maybe 25-30 percent better performance in the 1060 it’s not insignificant but it’s also a little bit thicker like half a millimeter thicker it’s barely noticeable but there is a difference.
The performance in games for either of these cards is gonna be great and depending what you play or what you want to do with your laptop, you’ll have to make that decision for yourself my unit runs pretty warm but I’m not seeing a throttle that’s cutting it kind of close so if you’re live in a warmer climate or if you play your games in a room that doesn’t have air-conditioning then you’re gonna get warmer temperatures keep in mind this is at stock though.
I did try under vaulting and XTU and I got it to like negative 130 millivolts and temperatures are noticeably better now cooling a device like this is not easy every millimeter that you shave off this laptop to make it thinner and thinner just makes it exponentially harder to cool it properly and this year they did a really really good job.
Alienware m15 finally are relatively speaking thin and light 15 inch gaming laptop for you Alienware lovers out there and they did a good job certainly of identification and lyta fication without making it look any different from the rest of the, Alienware series that’s a good thing if you like the Alienware look you got that rugged build quality you have the same design aesthetic and your choice of either out there Nebula red or the more chill epic silver.
Overall device is really good this year nice design awesome build really powerful components good thermals the keyboard is really my only gripe but if you’re thinking and adapt to it or if you don’t really care about those issues that, I mentioned about that shift key and arrow key then I think you’re gonna really like this device.
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