Razer is very popular with a lot of PC gamers as the company started out with premium and sometimes overly priced gaming peripherals. The Razer Blade Pro, however, is a clear testament that Razer products are made by gamers for gamers.

As shown in a number of recent reviews like one from PC Mag, the Razer Blade Pro 2016 version is a serious gamer's portable power rig. It could easily be considered future-proof with the amount of high-end hardware integrated.

Despite the dismissed features that were present with the previous models, Engadget highlights Razer Blade Pro's 4K gaming power that easily tops off almost every gaming notebook in its category. To boot with, games like "Overwatch" and "Titanfall 2" ran at buttery-smooth 60 frames per second or even more with the highest possible resolution of 3,840 x 2,160 or simply 4K.

Titles like "Watch Dogs 2" and "The Witcher 3" wasn't able to run at a constant 30 frames or more, but still did the same aesthetic experience with 1080p instead. In the laptop computing world, this kind of performance is way advanced even with leading gaming laptop makers in the market.

Razer Blade Pro being overly expensive isn't going to surprise its consumers with the going rate. Players will definitely get what they pay for, and the "Pro" is definitely in there.

Armed with Nvidia GTX 1080, 32GB RAM, and a 2.6 Ghz Intel Core i7-6700HQ, there's very little to be desired with this setup. The only letdown would be the stock storage that is only limited to 512 GB. Upgrading for more could prove to be pricey as well.

If the price is a big issue, PCMag recommends the Origin EON17-X 10 Series for those who would like to get more sheer power at the expense of reduced RAM. It has a faster overclocked i7-6700K processor that speeds up to 4.5 Ghz with technically the same setup. The main difference is the price, which is just half of what the Razer Blade Pro is.