Amazon shaves $200 off the Razer Blade 14-inch QHD+ touchscreen gaming laptop, making it more or less a steal at this point.

This Razer Blade variant is considered as one of the best gaming laptops of 2015, alongside the likes of the MSI GT80 Titan SLI and Alienware 15 R2. In other words, it's loaded with hardware components that can deliver what gamers need to play competitively virtually anywhere.

Under the hood, it has an Intel Core i7-4720HQ chip clocked at 2.6 GHz along with 16 GB worth of DDR3L SDRAM. In the graphics department, it's packed with an Nvidia GeForce GTX 970M with 3 GB of VRAM.

Regarding its dimensions, it measures at 13.6 x 0.7 x 9.3 inches, weighing at a paltry 4.5 pounds. That's slightly lighter than the average laptop, making it easy to carry around.

As mentioned earlier, the Razer Blade sports a 14-inch QHD+ touchscreen, and it runs on Windows 10 out of the box. Now, aside from the impressive specs, what makes it stand out from the crowd is the slew of Razer features and apps that comes with it.

It's available in 256 GB or 512 GB SSD variants, where the former comes with a price tag of $2,199.99 and the latter at $2,499 after the discount.

Of course, users or soon-to-be owners of the gaming laptop don't have to live with the built-in SSD, as it's fairly easy to replace.

This goes without saying, but that seems like it'll void the warranty, though.

For those who are wondering, you can grab either variant of the Razer Blade 14-inch QHD+ touchscreen at Amazon now.

"When we debuted the Razer Blade in 2013, we set the benchmark for gaming laptops - and other companies worldwide have followed in our footsteps. We continue to listen as gamer needs evolve and the new Razer Blade again sets the industry standard by which gaming laptops are measured," Min-Liang Tan, CEO and co-founder of Razer, said back when the 2015 model was announced in February the previous year.

In other Razer news, the Razer Blade Stealth turned heads at the CES 2016. It's an ultrabook that can turn into a gaming laptop via what the company calls Core.

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