The last few years have seen technology companies truly honing their craft in direct response to consumer demand. In other words, every year marks a level of improvement in hardware and software that reflects almost entirely upon what users look for in their computers and gadgets. Call it mass customisation if you will.
Kicking in the doors on the newest trends of customer satisfaction is the Razer Blade Stealth Ultrabook. Put simply, this baby rocks. Whether you’re using it on the job or you’re an avid gamer the Ultrabook provides superior mobility and graphics that you just won’t find on the average laptop. Read on for a quick breakdown of what makes the Razer Blade Stealth so terrific and unique.
Measuring .52” thin and weighing just under 3 pounds, the Razer Blade Stealth is painstakingly mobile with a sleek black exterior to match its effortless portability. But don’t mistake the Ultrabook’s light qualities as a sign that this thing isn’t sturdy. Residing just below the smooth finish is a chassis of aircraft grade aluminium.
In all honesty, however, the “design” isn’t really where the Razer Blade Stealth makes waves. Don’t get us wrong–the computer is definitely sleek and durable like a great laptop should be, but where it truly shines is in the performance department.
Where to even begin? We’ll start with this: no matter who you are or what you do, the Razer Blade Stealth Ultrabook is easily worthy of consideration as your next computer of choice. It runs on a 6th Generation Intel Core i7 processor with speeds up to 3.1GHz. The superior 12.5” IGZO (Indium Gallium Zinc Oxide) flexible touch display is available in either 4K or Quad HD resolution with wide-viewing angles of up to 170 degrees. Expect optimal colour saturation and brilliant picture clarity along with breathtaking spacious views.
To ensure rapid fire load up times and top-shelf data management, the Stealth is equipped with 8GB of dual-channel memory and holds up to 512GB of PCIe solid-state storage. It’s also been engineered to resist the advances of bloatware and other common memory hogs that serve virtually no function other than to annoy us. For those taking the Ultrabook on the go, it has a battery life of up to 8 hours.
Now for the feature that will really get the gamers salivating. The Razer Blade Stealth is capable of connecting to a Razer Core via Thunderbolt 3. What that means is with the proper accessories the Stealth is able to deliver desktop graphics to a laptop computer through a single cable.
The Razer Core is an unprecedented plug and play external hub that supports graphics cards and enables the Stealth with desktop capabilities. For gamers in particular this means a new frontier of mobility and superior picture quality. Thanks to the Thunderbolt 3, the Stealth can also connect with USB, Display Port, PCI Express and Thunderbolt devices with speeds of up to 40 Gbps (double the speed of the previous Thunderbolt). Just try to remember to bring those headphones if you’ll be playing the latest Doom instalment in the middle of a coffee shop. And tip the barista for once, will you? Geesh.
The Razer Blade Stealth is committed to premium usability and so it’s no surprise that the laptop is optimal in every way. The keyboard and touch screen are both responsive and without hiccups. The device is effortlessly portable, operationally swift, engineered to discard superfluous applications, and designed to cut down on the excess of inputs and cables. For those who want the enhanced experience of superior graphics, it’s now easier than to achieve courtesy of the Razer Core and Thunderbolt 3. Put simply, the Razer Blade Stealth is a laptop made for people for like a dependable machine that doesn’t feel as heavy as all the engineering that went into it. It’s a grade “A” device in the usability department as far as we’re concerned.
In case it’s not incredibly obvious by now, we’re in love with the Razer Blade Stealth Ultrabook. It provides absolute function and superior resolution at breakneck speed. Heck, we’re not really sure there’s anything else we would ask for in a laptop.
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