The Razer Blade Stealth became more powerful and more Autonomous

In January, Razer has released a wafer-thin Blade gaming laptop Stealth with the ability to connect an external graphics card a kind of compromise between performance and mobility. The decision turned out interesting at least, and only autonomy remains a weak point of novelty. The company has considered this point in the new model, announced at the gaming Expo PAX.

In January, Razer has released a wafer-thin Blade gaming laptop Stealth with the ability to connect an external graphics card a kind of compromise between performance and mobility. The decision turned out interesting at least, and only autonomy remains a weak point of novelty. The company has considered this point in the new model, announced at the gaming Expo PAX. Now 12.5-inch ultrabook lasts up to 9 hours on a single charge, along with the manufacturer doubled the maximum amount of memory.

Razer Blade Stealth got a new Intel Core i7-7500U with integrated graphics card Intel HD 620. Now all versions of laptop in addition to the basic configuration, equipped with 16 GB of RAM, and the capacity of SSD-drive can reach 1 TB. By the way, the docking station Razer Core already supports the new NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 and AMD Radeon RX 480. Resolution 12.5-inch touch laptop display is 2560×1440 (QHD), and in the top version uses 4K panel (3840×2160). Price starts at $1000 and goes up to $2000.

The 14-inch Razer Blade has also received an upgrade. In the fifth generation of the laptop has a powerful graphics card GeForce GTX 1060 6 GB of GDDR5 memory and support for popular platforms a virtual reality. There is a configuration with a QHD+ panel (3200×1800), 16GB RAM and SSD to 1 TB. While they are available for pre-order, sales will start next month.

Source: Engadget