Razer Blade Stealth prices and specs
The Razer Blade Stealth belongs to the category of chromebooks which means that the Blade Stealth has more portable dimensions and weight than the average notebook. For now the Razer Blade Stealth price in USA is $1,340.25.
The 12 inch screen of the netbook will be enough for reading and browsing the Web but some people may experience inconvenience. The notebook has amazing image quality and perfect 4096x3072 resolution. It means that the model is the perfect choice for those who works with graphics software on the go. And you definitely be fond of using the touchscreen for navigating arround applications.
The Razer Blade Stealth is equipped with great Dual-Core Intel Core i7 (7th Gen) 7500U CPU. As the processor has two cores it will be better at performing multiple tasks at once. To get really great performance you will need a notebook with Quad-Core CPU like HP EliteBook 725 G2.
The Blade Stealth has an amazing amount of RAM - 16 GB. It can run many resource intensive applications at the same time.
The graphics board in this model is totally enough for browsing the web and even watching Blu-ray movies. However you will be able to run new games only at the lowest graphics settings.
The Blade Stealth is produced with a 512 GB SSD that is a big size for these drives. Solid state drives (SSDs) offer great read and write speeds but they have a rather high price.
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- Intel Core i7 (7th Gen) 7500U / 2.7 GHz
- 3.5 GHz
- 4 MB
- Hyper-Threading Technology, Intel Smart Cache, Intel Turbo Boost Technology 2.0
- Intel Core i7 2.7 GHz
- 12.5 in
- LED backlight
- 16.8 million colors
- 100% Adobe RGB color gamut
- yes (multi-touch)
- 16.8 million colors
- 1866 MHz
- LPDDR3 SDRAM
- 16 GB
- 16 GB
- Windows 10 (64-bit)
- Intel HD Graphics 620
- Stereo speakers , microphone
- 512 GB
- Trusted Platform Module (TPM 2.0) Security Chip
- capacitive touch screen
- 12.6 in
- 8.1 in
- 0.5 in
- 2.84 lbs (1.29 kg, 45.44 oz)
- keyboard, touchpad, trackpad
- Chroma lighting system, anti-ghosting, backlighting
- 56 Wh
- 802.11a/b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth 4.1
- 2 x USB 3.0
Headphone/microphone combo jack
- 45 Watt
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- Sherri L. Smith , 2017-02-15
Stunning, lightweight design; Great performance; Bright, vivid quad-HD display; Beautiful, customizable keyboard
Keyboard is a bit stiff; Below-average battery life
With Intel Kaby Lake inside, the Razer Blade Stealth remains one of the prettiest, most powerful ultraportables on the market, but it could still use more battery life.
- Dan Ackerman, 2017-02-15
THE GOOD The Razer Blade Stealth includes a Core i7 processor and high-res touchscreen even in its lowest-end configuration; it has more ports than other 12-inch laptops and a fun Chroma backlit keyboard.
THE BAD It's bigger and heavier than 12-inch laptops from Apple, Asus and others. The thick bezel around the screen feels dated and configuration options are limited.
THE BOTTOM LINE The Razer Blade Stealth offers better specs for less money than the competition, and includes features others lack, such as a high-res touch screen and full-size USB ports. The design is slick, the price is right, but it's not as slim and portable as other 12-inch laptops.
- Charles P Jefferies , 2017-02-15
Razer has been producing its Blade series of notebooks for several years now. The Stealth is their first notebook to not have a dedicated graphics card. However, that doesn’t mean the Stealth won’t eventually find its way into the hands of gamers. The Razer Core, which we previewed at CES this year and is not yet available at the time we wrote this review, accepts any full-size desktop graphics card, and can be used to turn the Stealth into a full-fledged gaming machine.
That said, we’ll be reviewing the Blade Stealth as just an Ultrabook. It’s well-equipped. with a 4K display, Intel Core i7 dual-core processor, 256GB SSD, and 8GB of RAM. Among the Stealth’s many highlights are its elegantly simple design, and individually RGB backlit keyboard. However, its below par battery life and loud cooling fan hurt its overall value proposition as an Ultrabook. At $1,399 as tested, it’s also far from inexpensive.