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Intel Gamer Days kicks off with $900 off the Razer Blade 15 Advanced

Intel Gamer Days

Perhaps the popularity of mega sales like Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and Prime Day is the reason for yet another tech-related sale going on, this time Razer (and a bunch of other retailers) have partnered with Intel for the Intel Gamer Days, which is a festival of sales between today, August 27 until Sunday, September 5. Just over a week then to score some decent deals.

Razer reached out to us at Neowin and informed us about some huge price drops on some of their Razer Blade laptop offerings, for clarity, some on offer were released in 2020, others in 2021. And to sweeten the deal, those who purchase a Razer Blade on sale with Intel Gamer Days will also receive download codes for the games Humankind and the Crysis Remastered Trilogy, which is worth $95.

The biggest savings to be had are on Amazon where the Razer Blade 15 Advanced has been discounted by $900 just for today, August 27, because it is part of Amazon's Deal of the Day, this and a bunch of other Razer gear. Today it can be had for just $1,699.99, which is 35% off its normal $2,599.99 price tag. From tomorrow it will default to its Intel Gamer Days savings of $800 off, which is not too shabby either!

You can view its main specifications below:

CPU: Intel Core i7-10875H 8-Core
Display: 15.6” FHD 300Hz
RAM: 16GB DDR4-2933MHz (8GB x 2)
Storage: 512GB SSD
Connectivity: Thunderbolt 3, ‎Bluetooth, 802.11a/b/g/n/ac
RGB: Chroma RGB Lighting
Dimensions: ‎13.98 x 0.7 x 9.25 inches
Weight: 7.90 lbs
Material: CNC Aluminum

It comes pre-installed with Windows 10 Home.

Here are a few of its highlights

  • The 8-Core 10th Gen Intel Core i7-10875H processor provides the ultimate level of performance with up to 5. 1GHz Max Turbo.
  • Studio Ready: The NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 Super with Max-Q Design (8GB GDDR6 VRAM) graphics is up to 25% faster than the original RTX 20 Series with more cores and higher clocks.
  • More Frames: Incredible performance paired with the fast 300Hz 15.6" Full HD thin bezel display helps edge out the win.
  • The CNC aluminum unibody frame houses incredible performance in the most compact footprint possible, while remaining remarkably durable and just 0. 7" thin.
  • Innovative Cooling: A unique vacuum sealed, liquid filled, copper vapor chamber spans the heat generating components and is the key to getting maximum performance and user comfort in a compact, thin design.
  • 2020 PC Gamer Editors Pick Award Winner

It comes with free delivery and returns, although there appears to be a bit of a wait for shipping, but this may vary by which state you are ordering from.

Get the Razer Blade 15 Advanced now $1,699.99 - $900 off (list price $2,599.99) at Amazon.


Razer also has a bunch of other laptops on sale - a mixture of 2020 and 2021 models, which you can view below with their respective discounts, these are live from today August 27, 8 a.m. PDT until September 5.

The above all ship with 16GB of DDR4 RAM. The final Razer laptop deal is the most expensive of the pack, and includes 32GB of DDR4 memory:

You may find that Amazon is also applying its own discounts as can be seen in the top most Razer Blade 15 Advance deal that is $100 more off than Razer is offering. This is only a small part of the Intel Gamer Days deals, you can find more participants here.

As a reminder, Amazon is also including Razer gear in its Deal of the Day offerings, which you can find here. It includes not only expensive laptops, but also headsets, and items like the DeathAdder v2 Pro at $50 off.

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