Popular gaming notebook and peripheral maker Razer has announced the new 13.3-inch Blade Stealth notebook. It joins the original Blade Stealth which comes with a 12.5-inch display. Despite a bigger screen, the new Blade Stealth is still one of the most portable laptops around, with a 0.52-inch thin profile and 1.3kg weight.
The new Razer Blade Stealth chassis is made out of aircraft-grade aluminum, making it highly durable while giving it a premium look and feel. Razer will be selling the laptop in a black or gunmetal gray finish. However, the gunmetal gray is likely to be offered only in the United States and Canada. The gunmetal gray variant features a tone-on-tone Razer logo and a white backlit keyboard.
Let’s talk about the display now. The new 13.3-inch touch-enabled IGZO panel offers 3200 x 1800 resolution and covers 100 percent sRGB color space. Razer has reduced the bezels by 50 percent when compared to the previous model, allowing them to fit the bigger 13.3-inch display in the same size as the previous 12.5-inch model. For more demanding users, however, it makes more sense to go with the 12.5-inch model that includes a 4K resolution panel with 100 percent Adobe RGB color gamut coverage.
The new model is powered by a 7th Generation Intel Core i7 processor, coupled with 16GB of dual-channel LPDDR3-1866 MHz memory. In terms of storage, users can configure the laptop with PCIe SSD storage ranging from 256GB to 1TB. The black variant of the laptop features an individually backlit multi-color laptop keyboard, something that isn’t very common even on high-end gaming notebooks.
Connectivity highlights include Killer Wireless-AC 1535, Thunderbolt 3, HDMI 2.0 audio and video output, two USB 3.0 SuperSpeed ports, and a 3.5mm headphone/microphone combo port. Apart from impressive hardware specs, the laptop also delivers impressive battery life of up to nine hours.
The new Razer Blade Stealth has been priced at $1,399 in the US (Rs.90,000).
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