Raazer has today updated its Razer Blade line, the most notable of which is its 14-inch Razer Blade which now features a 3200 x 1800 pixel resolution display that can push out 262 pixels per inch, Razer says that it is now the highest resolution 14 inch-notebook on the planet, as well as the thinnest gaming laptop available.

To get this resolution, Razer uses IGZO’s display panel technology, which is said to increase the resolution by 250% from the last version.

Alongside that new display, there’s also a 10-point capacitive touch screen on-board, as well as a fouth-gen quad-core Intel Core i7-4702HQ processor, 8GB of RAM, a NVDIA GTX 870M GPU, 128GB SSD, with the option to switch to a 256GB or 512GB SSD, a HD webcam and Windows 8.1

The 14-inch blade will be available in April for $2,199 in the US.

Razer also updated it’s 17 inch Razer Blade Pro laptop, with a new NVIDIA GeForce GTX 60M GPU, and 16GB of RAM, that version is available now for $2,299 in the US.

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