The new Razer blade stealth seems like a huge home run for Razer. the lovable small company who mainly focus on Laptops and Pc’s made for gamers can be excited with the overall high score cretics and users are giving it new 13.3 Ultra light laptop
“The Razer Blade Stealth quickly became one of our favorite all-time Ultrabooks, and it’s only getting better with age. In the middle of 2017, the formally 12.5-inch laptop moved up to a larger, 13.3-inch display, putting it on an equal footing with other notebooks in its category. Recently, Razer upgraded its Ultrabook with Intel’s latest, 8th-generation Kaby Lake Refresh processors.”
The move to a 13.3 inch seems like a great move on Razer part as the the previously 12.5 inch laptop while being a great device was too small to many users to use on a pro level due to the small screen size.
Razer is now one of the only companies who offer a quad core processor on an ultralight 13.3 inch laptop – something that many users have been waiting for a long time.
Of course there is a price to pay for this high end laptop as the guys from techradar.com explain:
“And the Razer Blade still looks like a bargain compared to an equally well-equipped Dell XPS 13 and 13-inch MacBook Pro with Touch Bar, which retail for $1,749 (£1,749, AU$2,699) and $2,299 (£2,199, AU$3,499), respectively. Outside of the US, the Dell XPS 13 only comes with 8GB of memory when going with the Intel Core i7/256GB SKU priced at £1,349 or AU$2,499.
If you elect to double your storage capacity, an option our review unit offers, the Blade Stealth further hones its more affordable edge over its competitors. The configuration you see above rings up for $1,599 (£1,609, AU$2,559), whereas Dell charges $1,899 (£1,449, AU$2,999) for its competing Ultrabook when specced accordingly. Apple is by far the most expensive option, with the Touch Bar-equipped MacBook Pro priced at an eye-watering $2,499 (£2,399, AU$3,799).”