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Razer Blade Stealth (2019) specs

Razer today took the wraps off of its latest refresh to the Blade Stealth, and it's a heck of an upgrade. With thin bezels and a new squared look, the Blade Stealth (2019) takes a lot of design cues from its bigger brother, the Blade 15.

But along with a new design, the latest Blade Stealth also comes with some solid boosts to its internals. If you're looking to get deep in the spec weeds, you can check out everything powering the new Blade Stealth below.

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Razer Blade Stealth (2019) specs

CategoryRazer Blade Stealth (2019)
OSWindow 10 Home (64-bit)
Display13.3" FHD matte (100% sRGB)
13.3" 4K touch (100% sRGB)
Processor8th Gen Intel Core i7-8565U (1.8 GHz / 4.6 GHz)
GraphicsIntel UHD Graphics 620
NVIDIA GeForce MX150 w/ 4GB GDDR5 VRAM
RAMUp to 16GB
2133MHz LPDDR3
StorageUp to 512GB PCIe M.2 (Graphics model)
256GB M.2 SATA (Base model)
SecurityIntel PTT
TMP 2.0
PortsThunderbolt 3 (USB-C) (power, 4 lanes of PCI Express), USB-C 3.1 Gen 2 (power), 2x USB 3.1 Type-A, headphone jack
KeyboardRazer Chroma w/ single-zone full key backlighting
Anti-ghosting
Camera720p webcam
Windows Hello infrared camera
ConnectivityIntel Wireless-AC 9560 (802.11a/b/g/n/ac)
Bluetooth 5.0
AudioStereo, 4 speakers + Smart Amp
Dolby Atmos
BatteryUp to 13 hours
Dimensions0.58" x 11.99" x 8.27" (14.8mm x 304.6mm x 210mm)
WeightFrom 2.82 lbs. (1.28kg)
ColorsBlack
Power65 W USB-C power adapter
PriceStarts at $1,399

The Razer Blade Stealth (2019) is available starting December 4 in the U.S. and Canada, and it's coming soon to Europe and select markets in Asia.

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2 Comments
  • Nice compact device. I thought being a portable device it should have come with LTE inclusion and a micro sim slot for internet everywhere. This device can function as a mobile office gadget too. Slim bezels look great on it. I love the slight rounded corners.The older version was beginning to look out of place with the fat ones. Was hoping they would go multi-layered carbon instead a metal chassis. Some of us are reptilo-phobic. A dim lit RAZER logo would nicely substituted the three snakes. It would fit well on the chin too. Not so sure whether the FHD screen is IPS, but maybe someone can explain to me sRGB before i relate it to Moscow's feared KGB :) Overall its a beauty.
  • Eh, no. Most of my work is CPU-intensive, so this isn't much of an upgrade. Actually, it's more of a downgrade. I like the light up logo and per-key RGB lighting. This gets rid of it. Ah well, looks like I won't be getting myself a new laptop this holiday season, as they aren't selling the old one anymore.