Razer’s Stealth Won’t Sneak Under the Radar

The newest iteration of the Razer Blade Stealth Ultrabook may look like stealthy, but what it’s capable of will have it up on everyone’s radar. The laptop measures 12.6 x 8.1 inches, and is just barely a half inch thick. Inside those dimensions is a 13.3 inch screen. The display is individually calibrated and features 100 per cent sRGB colour saturation for unparalleled clarity.

razer laptop front display

But looks aren’t everything—especially when it comes to computing. The Razer comes with a more powerful NVIDIA GeForce MX150 4GB graphics card and the new Whisky Lake Intel Core i7 processor—that means a 4X performance increase. The combination of processor and graphics means that the Razer can hit speeds up to 4.6GHZ. Add in the 16GB of RAM, and the Razer has excellent frame rates and the capacity to do taxing video and content creation. Whether you’re gaming or creating, the Razer has more than enough power to get the job done.

razer ultrabook side view

The unibody frame of the Razer is strengthened with precision cut, CNC-machined high-grade aluminium, which has been anodized for its stealth black colour. The keyboard features Razer Chroma, which produces single-zone RGB lighting that can be personalized to your style. The touchpad is glass for more accurate touch controls. The Razer connects via Thunderbolt 3, USB-C, USB-A, wireless AC, and Windows Hello infrared camera.

razer keyboard light

This computer may be blacked out for special ops, but it’s going to be calling a lot of attention to itself with all that it can do.

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