Razer unveils its new compact 13-inch laptop series Blade Stealth 2019, which is expected to show some improvements over the previous generation. Inside are components such as an Intel Core i7-8565U processor and a Nvidia Geforce MX150 graphics card.
The new version of the Razer Blade Stealth is said to have been improved in many areas. According to the manufacturer, the 4.9 millimeter thick edges of the new Micro Edge display are 60 percent thinner than it is still with its predecessor. In addition, the laptop is also offered in a 4K variant in addition to a 13.3-inch screen with full HD resolution. In addition, the 2019 Razer Stealth features an integrated touchscreen on the screen. The design of the case is also said to have been completely overhauled and offers a black frame made of aluminium. In addition, battery life is said to have been improved, so users are now expected to go without charging for up to 13 hours. Inside is an Intel Core i7-8565U processor in all versions, which is expected to reach up to 4.6 gigahertz thanks to Turbo Boost.
In the entry-level model, Razer relies on an Intel UHD Graphics 620 chips, who needs more power can fall back on the version with Nvidia Geforce MX150 graphics card. In addition, eight gigabytes of memory are installed, with a maximum of up to 16GB available to the user. The RGB keyboard also features a backlight with 16.8 million colors. In addition to second-generation Thunderbolt 3 and USB-C 3.1, two USB-A and a 3.5mm link connector also find their place. However, the new Razer Blade stealth laptops are launching a non-binding price recommendation of 1,700 dollars and are now available on sale.