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Razer is selling a pink gaming laptop in time for Valentine's Day

This version of the Blade Stealth 13 isn't so stealthy anymore.
Kris Holt, @krisholt
January 29, 2019
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Picture the scene: it's time to do some work on your fancy gaming laptop, so you decide to hustle to your local coffee shop for a change of environment. Once you've picked up your java and found the ideal spot, you take out your computer. If it's the latest version of Razer's Blade Stealth 13, people around you may think to themselves, "Wait, is that laptop pink? Wow." You'll smugly sit down and bask in the adulation. Or, at the very least, you and your machine should stand out amid a sea of grey and black laptops.

Razer released the limited-edition Stealth Blade for Valentine's Day alongside a range of matching quartz pink accessories, including a mouse, keyboard, headset, microphone and PS4 controller. The $1,600 laptop is the star of the show, though. Many gaming machines have ugly flourishes or a boring black veneer. But, much like the white Blade 15, this one is certainly stylish.

Razer Quartz Pink range

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