The Razer Blade Stealth is an excellent laptop, but it's hardly a killer gaming machine. Fortunately, thanks to the magic of Thunderbolt 3, you can hook up an eGPU and add a full desktop graphics card to your laptop, all with a single cable. This is the one to buy.
The Razer Book 13 and Razer Blade Stealth are both quite similar, but also very different. Which of the two you should buy for yourself very much depends on what you plan to do with it. We'll help you break it down.
The Razer Blade Stealth 13 is getting its six-month update with a new 11th Gen Intel processor, option for full HD OLED with 100 percent DCI-P3 color accuracy, and it still packs that wonderful NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 Ti (Max-Q Design) for graphics. Not much compares to this portable 13-inch powerhouse. Here is when you can get one yourself.
Specifications include a 10th-gen Intel Core i7 5.0GHz processor, the Nvidia GeForce RTX 2060 graphics card with ray-tracing, a 144Hz refresh rate on the 15.6-inch 1080p screen, and Wi-Fi 6. Connectivity includes Thunderbolt 3, HDMI, and USB-A ports.
Remember when Apple made the best Pro laptops around? Maybe not, and the new MacBook Pro isn't claiming the throne back, either. Instead, it's now Razer who is truly pushing the envelope. And that's just fine with us.
The Blade Stealth for 2019 now has thinner bezels, an MX150 for graphics, and a new low-watt full HD display. While on paper there is nothing special about this laptop, in use it's one of the most fun, enjoyable, and cool looking around. The Blade Stealth also does well against the MateBook X Pro, and if it's on sale, is an easy choice to recommend.
The new Razer Blade Stealth 13 is finally here, and it adds some real gaming power to the sleek Ultrabook. The laptop now comes with GeForce GTX 1650 graphics, and there's also a new Mercury White model without the extra graphics oomph if that's more your style.
Razer hit IFA 2019 running with a set of solid updates to the Razer Blade Stealth 13. In this video, we go hands-on with the laptop to check out its updated GeForce GTX 1650 graphics and 10th Gen Intel processor.
Razer is upping the ante with its latest set of updates to the Blade Stealth 13. Not only is the gaming laptop making the jump to Intel's new 10th Gen CPUs, but Razer has also thrown in an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 for graphics and a new "Mercury White" color scheme.
Razer is closing out 2018 by updating the Blade Stealth, and this one is more than a mild spec refresh. The Razer Blade Stealth isn't a gaming laptop, regardless of the badge on the lid. But, with the addition of a Razer Core eGPU, it can become one, while also then being something you can hit the office with and do boring spreadsheets on and won't scream "GAMER" when you're sat around...
For those who like the aesthetics of Razer the refreshed (again) Blade Stealth Ultrabook - now with an eighth-generation Intel quad-core CPU - is on our list of excellent laptops. But not all is perfect.
Razer's Blade Stealth took the PC world by storm in early 2016, but it wasn't enough to get me excited. That all changes with the new 2017 edition and today I'll tell you what's great, and where it still falters.