Best Accessories for Razer Blade Stealth of 2022

The Razer Blade Stealth is a terrific ultrabook, great for use at home and on the go. But like most laptops, you can always make it a little better with some great accessories.

With that in mind, here's the stuff you should be looking at for your own Razer Blade Stealth.

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Razer Protective Sleeve

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Razer's official sleeve for the Blade Stealth is made from a PVC canvas that's both durable and water-resistant, so your laptop will be safe and dry. As you'd expect to find, there's a soft interior to protect against scratches, and it's overall a very well made and professional looking sleeve.

The best part is that the flap is large enough to fold over flat and be used as a mousepad when you're out and about. A small detail, but one which makes it even easier to recommend this sleeve. Grab one for $40.

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Razer Core V2

Razer Core V2

The Razer Core is pretty pricey, but what it does for the Blade Stealth is turn it into a full desktop gaming PC. By attaching it over Thunderbolt 3, you can connect a full desktop GPU for proper PC gaming when you're at home.

Besides the graphics card, the Core also has a bunch of IO, expanding the connectivity of your Blade Stealth massively with external displays and additional USB capacity.

It's fairly pricey at $500, but combined with a Blade Stealth it's a lot less than having an ultrabook as well as a desktop gaming PC at home.

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Logitech MX Master 2S

MX Master 2S

Logitech MX Master 2S (Image credit: Logitech)

For when you're not gaming there's no better mouse than the Logitech MX Master 2S. Not only is it ergonomically designed and absurdly comfortable to use, but it's got a great sensor, additional hardware buttons for shortcuts and pretty good battery life at around 70 hours.

You get up to 4000 DPI and either Bluetooth or a 2.4GHz wireless connection, and while it's around $90, it's hard to do better.

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Razer Deathadder Elite

Deathadder Elite

The DeathAdder Elite isn't new, but it's certainly one of the most popular gaming mice on the market and one of Razer's finest.

Thanks to the smart design it sort of disappears into the palm of your hand, and with DPI up to 16,000, you're getting one smooth ride. The mechanical mouse switches are durable and precise, and a few extra buttons allow for a bit of customization through Razer synapse.

It's perfect for both gaming and everyday use, ridiculously comfortable to use and pretty good value at around $65.

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Dbrand skin


Not only will a skin protect the surface of your Blade Stealth, it'll give you the chance to really make it your own with a custom color and finish. The folks at Dbrand have their full range available for the laptop, and with prices starting at $24.95 for just the top skin, it's an affordable way to customize.

You can also get skins for the bottom and for the trackpad, with or without a cutout for the Razer logo. And if you want suggestions, the black camo looks pretty hot.

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Mophie Powerstation AC

Mophie Powerstation AC

The biggest problem with the Mophie Powerstation AC is catching it when it's in stock. This isn't your average battery pack, as it contains a 22,000 mAh battery and a 100W power output so you can charge a laptop, such as the Blade Stealth, over USB-C.

Obviously it'll also let you recharge a phone or tablet, with 2.4A outputs available to quick charge those where supported. It's covered with a durable fabric finish, and while it's $200, for the heavy mobile laptop user, it's a worthy investment.

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