Apple used the Razer Blade 15 Advanced as a point of comparison for the performance of the M1 Max chip. Here's how the rest of the notebook compares against the 16-inch MacBook Pro.
As part of Apple's promotion of its new M1-series MacBook Pro system-on-chip options, it made claims comparing the performance of the SoCs against existing on-the-market notebooks.
One comparison of the M1 Max with the 32-core GPU option claimed it offered "graphics performance comparable to that in a high-end compact PC pro laptop using up to 40% less power." A closer inspection of the press release has Apple saying that compact notebook was the Razer Blade 15 Advanced, complete with the model number, RZ09-0409CE53-R3U1.