Rewinding back to a decade when Razer put out its first ever Blade laptop, it’s now Lambda with last year’s Razer Blade 15 Advanced on an Ubuntu. Target set mainly towards the machine learning and artificial intelligence field, this model is called the Razer x Lambda Tensorbook.
Going into the specs, the Tensorbook is mostly like a high-end version of the previous year’s laptop, with Nvidia RTX 3080 Max-Q graphics, 64GB RAM, 11th-gen Intel Core i7 CPU, a 15.6-inch 165Hz 1440p display, supported by a 80Wh battery. With a much rapid I/O of three USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-A ports, two Thunderbolt 4 ports, a UHS-III SD card reader and both Wi-Fi 6E and Bluetooth 5.2.
Being priced at about $3,500, this could be quite worth the heavy expense, taking the overall design and the speedy GPU and CPU into consideration.
Other than that, Razer had informed about a better Linux support, though renowned Linux computing news site Phoronix contradicted on that. Nevertheless, the recently increasing craze for Linux gaming might compel Razer to do that.