Razer has today revealed that their Thunderbolt 3 external graphics enclosure, the Razer Core is now available to pre-order, available now from $399 depending on the options you choose.

The enclosure was first announced at this year’s CES 2016 in January, and won many awards since then, it has been designed to improve lightweight laptops with graphics performance that is similar to a desktop, and is nothing like you would normally find on such a system.

The dock can be used to accommodate a range of graphics cards, with a maximum power draw of 375W and no larger than 310mm x 152mm x 44mm in size.

Min-Liang Tan, Razer co-founder and CEO explains more :

Razer continues to innovate in the laptops category where big systems brands either cannot or will not. This time, in collaboration with industry leaders, we’ve created the world’s first external graphics card solution of its kind, bringing the GPU power of a desktop PC to the latest Razer laptops, such as the Razer Blade Stealth Ultrabook, through a single Thunderbolt 3 connection with plug-and-play convenience.

All consumers, non-gamers and gamers alike, now can easily migrate from their Razer laptop for on-the-go performance to driving a full desktop experience using Razer Core, including enhanced graphics and simple connectivity to peripherals.

You can pre-order the Razer Core now directly from Razer’s website. It is priced at $399 if you purchase it alongside a compatible Razer notebook, or $499 if you purchase separately.

You can find out more about it at the source link.

Source: Razer

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