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By pairing it with the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 Laptop GPU and display options up to a 4k Touchscreen, Razer has created one of the most powerful 17-inch gaming laptops on the market. Fortunately, this is also one of the smallest gaming PCs we’ve ever used. Fortunately, gaming desktops come with extra components, including powerful CPUs, plenty of RAM, better graphics cards, and more. Rounding out the package is a 70.5 WHr battery, support for Bluetooth 5.2 and Wi-Fi 6E, and room for up to a 4TB SDD, with an extra open M.2 slot for DIY storage expansion. There’s ample storage, too, with 1TB (PCIe) on the $2,299 setup and the addition of an open M.2 slot across the rest of the range. The priciest setup also sees the return of the OLED 4K touchscreen (compared to full HD and QHD displays, with 240Hz to 360Hz refresh rates, elsewhere) at 1ms and a large color gamut that covers 100% on DCI-P3. And, having added NVIDIA’s new RTX 30 GPUs in January, the latest overhaul sees Razer again moving in tandem with graphics and processing upgrades. Combine that with the Cuda processing power of the high end GTX GPU in the system with an additional amount of Cuda cores and you get an impressive amount of processing power in one PC.