The new external graphics enclosure by Razer is now compatible with Macs

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A bunch of gaming hardware announcements just dropped from team Razer. What makes the Core X graphics enclosure arguably the most remarkable of the bunch is the inclusion of a ordinary Thunderbolt 3 connection on the rear side of the device.

In addition to own systems of Razer and Windows 10 PCs, the brand-new enclosure is now compatible with Apple products running macOS High Sierra 10.13.4. This includes a whole new part of focus for gaming for Apple’s devices, introduced back at WWDC roughly this time last year, along with the agreement of VR development support.

In the late of March, support for external GPU officially arrived for High Sierra 10.13.4, and now Razer is ready to get on-board. The Core X is created to hold up to three desktop graphics cards and can power up a connected laptop through the aforementioned Thunrderbolt 3 connection.

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The enclosure is available now for just $299. Along with the X, Razer’s Core V2 is now fully compatible with Mac's via Thunderbolt 3. That one will run you for just $499. Superb new all around for Mac users to get ready to get serious about gaming.

Also which is new today is the Razer Blade 15.6-inch, an ultra thin gaming notebook which the company has taken to calling “the world’s smallest.. in its current class.” The 15.6-inch display comes with 1920 x 1080, standard, which users are able to upgrade to 4k. All of it is surrounded by skinny 4.9mm bezels.

In the Inside is an 8th gen Core i7 processor, paired with either a GeForce GTX 1060 or GeForce GTX 1070  graphics. There’s also 16GB of memory and up to 512GB of storage space inside, loaded with what Razer says is a $420 of games and softwares. This system is included with a feature of 16.8 million color keyboard and output for up to three external displays.

The new system starts at just $1,899.