CES 2016 is on and Razer has entered the stage with some of the most eye-catching gaming devices. Razer unveiled its version of an ultrabook. Enter Razer blade stealth. It is a sleek, light but powerful gaming notebook that is by no means inexpensive but still comes after the likes of Lenovo and Samsung. So here is our take on why Razer blade stealth is the gaming ultrabook you need.
Razer Blade Stealth is a beautiful ultrabook that feels sleek and light but durable. It is about half an inch thick and weighs about 2.75 pounds. You get a choice between two 12.5 inch screen: a 4K (3,840-by-2,160) panel or a Quad HD 2,560-by-1,440 display. Both are good for gaming with vibrant colors and crisp display.
The ultrabook is powered by sixth generation intel i7 processor with intel HD graphics. So although it may not be able to support resource hungry games by itself it is the ideal choice for light gaming on the go. Razer has however come up with an interesting solution to satisfy the gamer in you. Razer provides an accessory for the ultrabook separately sold that houses two graphic cards of your choice to satisfy all your gaming needs. So you could come home connect your ultrabook with the razer graphics enclosure and run all the games you want on ultra high. The graphics enclosure can accommodate any graphics card from AMD or Nvidia.
The ultrabook is powered by USB type C and has thunderbolt 3 for fast data transfer. Another eye-catching feature of blade stealth is its keyboard that has chroma tech with individual led key backlight that supports up to 16 million colors and various effects like pulsing and waving. Razer has definitely designed a beautiful device with some serious power under the hood. The price tag just makes it all the more worth it. Razer has made a device that serves the business as well as gaming needs of the user.
Razer Blade Stealth is priced at $1000 and is available for pre-order today and starts shipping later this month. The Razer Core arrives in the first half 2016.
What are your views on this ultrabook? Do you think it’s a step in the right direction for razer? Do you think Razer blade stealth is the gaming ultrabook you need? Let us know in the comments below.