The Razer Blade Stealth 13 laptop was introduced just over a year ago. It was then that Razer called its novelty the world’s first gaming ultrabook.
At this point, the term “ultrabook” is used loosely, so you can argue with Razer, but it’s not that important. It is important that with a thickness of 15.3 mm and a weight of 1.32 kg, the laptop was also equipped with a GeForce GTX 1650 video card, which, although it belongs to the budget segment, is still much more powerful than any integrated graphics core.
Now Razer has updated its Ultrabook with slightly more powerful and modern hardware. Firstly, the heart is now the Tiger Lake generation Core i7-1165G7 processor, which is Intel’s most powerful energy-efficient solution at the moment.
Secondly, the GTX 1650 Ti Max-Q is now responsible for gaming, which is already noticeably better. The screen with a diagonal of 13.3 inches can be chosen with an IPS or OLED panel. In the first case, it is a 120-hertz Full HD matrix, in the second – a 60-hertz sensor matrix of the same resolution. The 4K version is currently only available on the previous generation CPU Ice Lake.
As for the rest, there are practically no changes, that is, this is an update, not a new model. The RAM is still 16 GB, the SSD is 512 GB, there is also a Wi-Fi 6 adapter, a 53 Wh battery, a pair of USB 3.1 and a pair of Thunderbolt 4.
Depending on the screen, the price is 1800 or 2000 dollars.