Razer is known for its laptops, peripherals, and a very iconic bright green hue for its products, but its new Lamborghini crossover swaps that colour out for an orange shade inspired by the Lamborghini Revuelto hybrid. The only catch? The price is also about what you’d expect from a Lambo.
The brand’s new edition of the Razer Blade 16 gaming notebook offers beefed-up specs befitting a supercar teamup but it also includes a beefed-up price. You can expect to pay at least R95,000 ($5,000) for the privilege of owning one.
Stealing a Lamborghini
Is it worth dropping that amount of money on a notebook that’s already on the market? Based on the included hardware, it’s very worth it for a certain sort of gamer. A 24-core 13th-gen Core i9 HX processor, 32GB of DDR5 RAM, 4TB of SSD storage, and a GeForce 4090 are the internal specs, while on outside you can expect a 16in MiniLED display.
The chassis is milled from a single block of aluminium, with the lid detail bringing to mind the headlight design of that Lambo Revuelto hybrid. The anodised exterior is coloured in Arancio Apodis (that’s Lambo for ‘orange’) and matte black.
If you want one, you’ve got your work cut out for you. It’ll be a case of fastest fingers first because Razer’s only making 150 units in total. Either you buy one directly from the source or you’ll find yourself paying that eBay markup if someone decides to get rid of theirs. No matter what you choose to do, you’ll have to be fast. What did you expect? It’s a Lamborghini.