In addition, the Intel Ice Lake processor
Razer today introduced what it calls the world’s first gaming ultrabook. Considering that the term ultrabook is now used very freely, it can be argued with Razer, but it does not matter at all. The Razer Blade Stealth 13 model in question is really quite interesting, and for several reasons at once.
Firstly, if we talk about the statement of Razer before us is really a gaming laptop with a thickness of only 15.3 mm. In general, the dimensions are 304.6 x 210 x 15.3 mm with a weight of 1.32-1.47 kg. At the same time, the novelty received a GeForce GTX 1650 graphics card, so there should be no problems with overheating.
Secondly, Razer Blade Stealth 13 is based on a 10-nanometer Intel Core i7-1065G7 processor, and it will be possible to buy a new product at the end of September! But earlier, everyone, including Intel, claimed that laptops with such CPUs would only enter the market at the very end of the year.
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Blade Stealth 13 is presented in three versions. The white version of Mercury White is available only without a discrete GPU, while it is separately indicated for it that the Core i7-1065G7 processor has a TDP of 25 watts. As we know, Ice Lake CPUs can also be 15-watt. Also, such a laptop is equipped with a Full HD screen without a touch layer. SSD capacity is 256 GB.
The GTX FHD Model version has the same display, but it is already equipped with a discrete graphics card and 512 GB SSD. And the GTX 4K Model version repeats the previous one but boasts a 4K UHD touch screen. The diagonal in all cases is 13.3 inches.
The laptop has 16 GB of RAM, the battery capacity is 53.1 Wh. The set of ports includes a pair of USB 3.1, USB-C and USB-C with support for Thunderbolt 3.
The cost starts at 1,500 dollars or 1,680 euros.
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A source: press.razer.com