Razer has officially unveiled the Blade Stealth, a redesigned 13.3-inch ultraportable laptop that is inclined for die-hard gamers. The gaming notebook now comes equipped with a micro edge thin-bezel 4K display, battery life of up to 13 hours, and NVIDIA GeForce dedicated graphics.
In terms of its aesthetic, the device flaunts a thin and sleek matte black aluminum composition that perfectly correlates with its name. The device boasts a unibody frame that features a revamped speaker system with four Dolby Atmos speakers, in addition to a larger Windows Precision Touchpad. Additionally, the new micro edge display is over 60 percent thinner than the previous generation, and it's available in the 4K (3840 x 2160) resolution or a Full HD matte (1920 x 1080) setting.
Spec-wise the new Blade Stealth's base model packs an Intel Core i7-8565U quad-core processor clocked at 1.8GHz (Turbo Boost to 4.6GHz), Intel UHD 620 integrated graphics, 8GB RAM, 1080p matte screen and 256GB SSD, while the dedicated graphics model incorporates a 4K glossy touchscreen, 25-watt version of Nvidia’s MX150 discrete graphics chip, 16GB RAM, and a faster 512GB SSD with price tag that racks up to $1,899.
Other key features of the laptop include an anti-ghosting backlit keyboard that is more responsive, along with an IR web camera that supports Windows Hello for security, which is the first for the Razer Blade line.
The new Razer Blade Stealth laptops start at $1,399, and available to purchase now from Razer's online shop and select retailers in the United States and Canada. Availability in countries across Europe and Asia will be coming soon.