Razer x Lambda a deep learning company, to release its new Lambda TensorBook. A new laptop designed for learning developers. This new laptop combines the hardware from Razer with Lambda’s learning software.

For the hardware side, the Razer and Lambda new product seems to be based on the Razer Blade 15. And also the framework or chassis is nearly the same, but the Razer’s iconic black chassis and the remarkable green logo make way for a silver look with some purple accents.


15.6-inch 1440p display, 165Hz refresh rate
64GB DDR4 RAM, 3200MHz
2TB NVMe PCIe 4.0
3x USB Type-C Thunderbolt 4
3x USB Type-A 3.2 Gen 2
UHS-111 SD card reader
Kensington Lock
3.5 mic/headphone combo jack
HDMI 2.1
1080p webcam
WiFi 6E
Bluetooth 5.2
Dimensions: 35.5 x 23.5 x 1.69cm
Weight: 2.02kg
80WHr LiPo battery, up to 230W charging

The gaming hardware are still there, albeit its power to focused onto the machine learning and AI tasks., There’s the 11th-Gen Intel Core i7, 64gb of RAM, with a astonishing NVIDIA RTX 3080 Max-Q GPU.

Razer x Lambda is not yet done. With a 15.6-inch screen with 1440p pixel resolution and a 165Hz refresh rate.

On the software side Razer and Lambda Tensorbook proceed with Ubuntu Linux 20.04 LTS pre-installed, and also including the Lambda Stack deep learning suite and tools including PyTorch, Tensorflow, CUDA, and cuDNN all are fully installed, so you should have all the tools and ready to go. And if you prefer Windows, you can get the laptop in a dual-boot configuration with both operating systems and the same suite of ML tools on both ends.

The Tensorbook is available today and starts at $3,499, but already includes all the hardware and software specs mentioned above, Therefore are also upgrades only included Windows dual-boot support and premium support from Lambda.


By Sol

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