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Razer is a gaming brand first and foremost, which has always made its 13-inch Blade Stealth a bit of an odd duck. Without a powerful GPU, it could never be sold as a true gaming laptop.This time around, that's changing. Razer is now back in late 2019 with...
Fantastic graphics options, Debuts Intel's Ice Lake processors, Rigid build quality, Same beautiful design
Can get warm during gaming, Fingerprint magnet
If you're mostly into the aesthetics of the Razer Blade Stealth 13, and not so fussed about gaming performance, it might be smart to skip this latest iteration and buy a 2018 model instead. The older designs are every bit as stylish as the 2019 models, an...
Ultrabooks are not made for gaming. Designing a PC that's as slim and lightweight as possible is almost entirely at odds with building one that's got the space for both high-spec components, and the thermal systems to keep them cool. Nobody told Razer th...
The 2019 Blade Stealth is the right laptop for you if you're looking for a very portable and lightweight machine with excellent build quality, a great screen, good everyday performance and battery life, as well as the ability to play older/casual PC title...
excellent build quality, strong performance for such a small footprint, bright, beautiful screen, Windows Hello cam, keyboard is now fully backlit, unlike previous model
expensive, no more HDI port, right side of keyboard is squashed, making typing difficult
The latest incarnation of the Razer Blade Stealth is stunning – it's slim, light and subtle, with great screen quality and enough CPU and GPU performance to handle conventional work tools, esports titles and modest games. It's not without compromise, tho...
Enough power for esports and casual games, Smart, slim and sturdy design, Impressive screen quality, Different specifications available
Expensive, no matter the model, Can't handle high-end games, Mediocre battery life, Underwhelming keyboard for games
If you opt to go for the quartz version of the new Razer Blade Stealth, you may be distracted by the pink. The keys, the trackpad, the bezels – hell, even the desktop is pink. Not “rose gold” like an Apple product, but pink like a Barbie box in the toy ai...
I came away seriously impressed with the Razer Blade Stealth 2019. While there haven't been a huge number of changes from the previous model, the introduction of a beefier graphics card, the Whiskey Lake CPU and an even sleeker design could well amount to...