New Razer Blade & Razer Blade Pro

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  1. 3klips3

    3klips3 Notebook Consultant

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    I own the Kabuto. When you place it over the keyboard the screen on the Blade does not fully close.


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  2. capraphract

    capraphract Notebook Enthusiast

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    I'll second that. I have a 2013 Orochi I keep around for Bluetooth use, but the Naga is far more comfortable. I've also found the USB connection on the Orochi to be a bit suspect.

    I've tried the Kabuto, but it's a slow/friction surface which I'm not too fond of.

    My Blade 14" is great so far. Windows 8.1 is running with no issues (thanks robbie36) and surprisingly solid performance. The screen is slightly underwhelming as most reviewers have stated, but it's a solid enough machine (which, to be fair; I'm largely running with an external monitor) it's not much of a hindrance.
     
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    Ellyidol Notebook Evangelist

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    Yeah, I just avoid that app entirely (it even screws with the touchpad tap feature.

    I agree with the Orochi inputs, I have one as well and really just leave it in my backpack for times when I just need a mouse. It's semi-decent for gaming, but I wouldn't even compare it with the Naga. I have my Naga 2014 at home which I wish I could bring around with me as easy as the Orochi though.
     
  4. ArcticMonkeys

    ArcticMonkeys Notebook Guru

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    How can you charge your iPhone while the lid closed?
     
  5. Karamazovmm

    Karamazovmm Overthinking? Always!

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    you can only do that, if it has an always on usb port, I don't think it has, you can try it 3 times, if it charges...
     
  6. ArcticMonkeys

    ArcticMonkeys Notebook Guru

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    What do you mean by an always? Can you be more specific?

    Cheers
     
  7. Jpn user

    Jpn user Newbie

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    My Razer Blade 14 is very very hot, Near down key is 40℃ over.
    CPU and GPU also no load. Is idle. Elsewhere is not hot.
    Everyone so?
     
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    Jpn user Newbie

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    Sorry, cold after recharging Razer Blade.
     
  9. Xeneize

    Xeneize Notebook Deity

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    I'm very much interested in the new Razer Blade, i'd love to know if anyone has any feedback playing Football Manager 13, OOTP 14, Total War Rome 2/Shogun 2 and Civ 5 on the 14'' TN Panel with 900p.... is it sharp and good enough?

    And can you do an aftermarket upgrade of the SSD? (is it easy enough?)
     
  10. Karamazovmm

    Karamazovmm Overthinking? Always!

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    its simple, what you want is to charge your phone while being on sleep, to do that you need an always on usb port. what you do test that is to plug the phone on each usb port, if it works, it works, if it doesn't you don't have it.
     
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